I always have difficulties with making a choice. I think too much. About everything. It’s crazy. And even if I have made the choice, I could still be doubting about it. Time for a change?
Oh, on another note. I am supposed to hand in my report on 6th of February… And I thought I had Tuesday off so I could work on it all day… Turns out I’m not. O.M.G. :(
It’s been a while since I’ve posted something in here. I guess I was inspired by my friend who’s blogging. A lot has been going on in my life. 2013 proved to be difficult for me. Struggled a lot. But I’m glad I got to close that chapter.
I found myself thinking about my personality lately. I have always been the shy one in the past. The quiet girl. The silent one. The sweet one. I’m not quiet. I don’t wanna be the shy girl. I need to make up my mind. I wanna be myself, even if there are strangers around me. I don’t wanna care about what they might think. I’m weird, in a fun way. My friends and family know that. I just want to be myself anytime and anywhere.
Which is why I’ve also been thinking about my future job.. where am I going to work? I came to the conclusion recently that I don’t wanna work at a place where you cannot be yourself sometimes. I want to work in an environment that’s fun. I don’t wanna be around stiff people in a crappy office. I want to be around creative people, thinking of great and fun ways to promote a product (I’m a marketeer). Or maybe I will start a company myself and organize amazing events. One of the things I have been dreaming off.
Should we chase our dreams and take the risk that we might fail? Yes, because if you never try, you never know. And we don’t want to live with the ‘what-ifs’. Right? Do the right thing. If your heart and mind both agree, why doubt? Life is now, we gotta make the most out of it.
I just saw that James Avery just passed away and all I could think of was this scene from Fresh Prince. The ending moment between Will and Uncle Phil was unscripted and it shows how caring and loving James Avery was towards the people he interacted with. Judge Phillip Banks was the first positive black male role model I saw on TV (other than Dr. Heathcliff Huxtable…) and I want to post this in tribute. Mr. Avery, thank you for being a part of my childhood and you will be sorely missed.
James Avery — the beloved dad on “Fresh Prince of Bel Air" — has died at age 65 .. TMZ has learned.
Sources close to the actor tell TMZ he died in an L.A. hospital last night. Avery had recently undergone surgery for an undisclosed illness and took a turn for the worse late yesterday.
And we’re told … his wife, Barbara, had been at his bedside but left for a short period of time to get something to eat. When she came back, she learned he had just died.
R.I.P. James Avery (27 November 1948 - 31 December 2013)
You’ll always be Uncle Phil to me!
R.I.P big guy
This shit is making my eyes swell up with tears. R.I.P Uncle Phil