Me in 20 years.
Hopefully NOT me in the future. XD
Salvador Dalí in collaboration with Walt Disney.
This is hauntingly pretty.
Such a badass dark cover of stand by me!
ah med school(or life in general, perhaps).
You could have a perfectly promising start to a day and just have it drain and slip away from you while you seek to retain optimism. It’s not that anything in particular started to kick the day off its course….it just seemed to swerve to its own curvy spin.
This is just one of those days where even though you are doing A-okay,(pretty sure i dropped to a B-okay this semester though.) you just don’t feel your top self for no apparent reason.
Don’t feel like talking to anyone, don’t feel the usual burst of confidence, don’t feel like paying attention, don’t feel like….feeling?
Like i said though….it wasn’t actually a bad day. And after taking a few deep breathers i remembered the line from the movie ‘about time’ regarding reliving the days we think are bad and giving them a different perspective. I could actually see and appreciate some of the events that transpired in my day later…
These were the few that made me smile even though i was a sourpuss.
1. while i was waiting for a cab to uni in the morning, i could see a chick from my uni trying to stop herself one. I managed to get a cab before her though and when i told the cabbie where i was headed, he suggested i take her too. Before i even made up my mind whether to, he slowed down in front of her, I just figured my decision was made for me, so i called her along, payed for our trip and received a thank you and then we went our separate ways.
Mostly though, i was impressed with the cab driver. The act on the whole felt pretty darn good too but it was my cab driver who initiated it.
2. there is this guy outside my uni who stays around trying to sell corn-on-the-cob to students and i usually buy from him cause he is very persistent and always has a charming, beaming smile on his face. I genuinely like his attitude. He looked a bit skinnier though lately but i didn’t prone that area, i asked for one and later as i was passing him by, he said an earnest thank you (the kind that sounded like he really appreciated and meant it. I can’t actually describe his tone of voice but everything he could want to convey was done so in the way he said it.)
3. My roommate had to go to the mall to pay the internet bill and run some errands and while he was there he got stuck in the rain.(it’s nearly impossible to get cabs in a mall when it starts to rain here) So after an hour and half of waiting, he called me and was lucky enough to get me (cause i was watching a movie at home but my phone was beside me even though it was on silent.) So i ended up getting a cab in less than 5 minutes and going to pick him up. He thanked me too for saving him from standing hopelessly. haha
So yeah, i guess there are always moments in a day.