I freaking hate love.givesmehope.com. The little stories make me cry every time I visit.
I freaking love love.givesmehope.com. It’s so great to know that amidst all the disaster and tragedy in the world, hope still exists. It even inspired me to write something! I’m sure people in Japan are struggling to find some of that hope right now.
givesmehope.com is good too, but… I can’t help how much of a sucker I am for sappy love tales. <3
For now, this is all I can do to help.
We’ll get through it together. :/
I just wanted to type a quick entry before I take a nap because I spent ALL of Sunday and Monday morning writing five History essays in 13 pages, 16 pages of my science fair logbook, and 20 PowerPoint slides for that same infernal science fair project — all because I’m awesome at procrastination. Not something to be proud of, believe me.
Haven’t slept for 27 hours. Can’t feel my eyeballs. Will write about Real Life some other time, when it’s appropriate.
I think this post title is from one of the church songs I sing in choir.
Come! Open your heart!
Show your mercy to all those in fear!
We are called to be hope for the hopeless,
so all hatred and blindness will be no more!
Until next time,
~ Mimi :3
P.S. Since this is an optimistic (?) post, I’ll say my true morbid thoughts in the postscript.
It’s the beginning of the end, that’s what I think. Earthquakes, floods, fires, tsunamis, and here now — it’s randomly snowing even though it’s warm enough to go outside without a jacket.
TWENTY-TWELVE IS UPON US. We’re all gonna die on the day after my twentieth birthday. ;___;