I'm soooo excited for her, but my heart aches just a little because I wish I was moving with her too! It seems that neither of us can get enough of our favorite city!
Where is your happy place? and what makes it so special?
I still see him like this ^... but unfortunately he's just a little bit older, and now looks like this...
|Little bro and the mama.|
|It's funny, I didn't realize how grown up he is, until I sat down to look back at these pictures. The best part of being in Houston, is getting to experience things like this. His milestones in life.|
|Little bro and his best friend.|
|Little bro and his GF.|
I'm so proud of the man that he's become. He has the biggest heart, and a strong set of values (that he's not afraid to share with you). Any girl would be lucky to have him as a little brother, but I'm glad that he's mine.
No boyfriend? No date? No worries. A sibling is always a good substitute. You won't have to worry about impressing them, entertaining them, or awkwardly telling them "goodbye" at the end of the night.
Never get the darkest color spray tan offered to you.
You WILL look orange. Every time. Enough said.
You'll never regret dancing at that party.
No matter how ridiculous I might have looked, those are the nights I had the most fun. Dance away!
Moving away is hard.
Leaving my college friends was the hardest thing I've ever done. You will cry, and you'll feel alone, but there will also be good moments, embrace those. You'll learn more about yourself than you could have ever imagined.
Cherish your best friend.
She'll help make those lonely times seem not-so-lonely. Keep in touch, stay up to date on her life, and never forget her birthday.
Find out what you love, and do just that.
Find your passion, and pursue it. Don't worry about your title, and how much money you are or aren't making. Do what you love, and you'll be successful.
Date the nice guy.
You know, the one you like to call your "best friend". It's probably a good idea to date him, or at least try it. You'll appreciate him more than you know as the years go by.
So there's a start...and I have no doubt that there will be many more lessons to come! What are some things you've learned??