Dear People: Round Three

If you didn't get to see the previous 2 posts I already did of this, here they are:
Dear People: Round One
Dear People: Round Two
You'll probably be way confused if you don't click on one for an explanation....just saying.

Dear Wilson:
Even though I still think you're really weird, I'm lucky to have you as my neighbor. I'm growing rather fond of you.
Admirably, Tim Taylor

Dear Kermit:
Yep, still mine. 
Love, Piggy

Dear Ghost:
Who ARE you?! Please stop freaking me out and act like a normal human being instead of randomly popping up and being all weird and stuff. I can't think of anything positive to say
Sincerely, the resident

Dear Luke:
No. I am not your father. Nor your mother. Nor your twin sister. Nor your maid!
Love, Allie

Dear Toothless:
Mybad for being so grumpy. How about I'll give you some fish and we'll call it even. Yes?
Honestly, Hiccup

Dear Father Time:
I kinda think you're a creepy stalker person, but I'm glad you aint stalking me. Still, you're kind of a creeper. But I can tell you do it cuz you're lonely. Maybe we should become better friends. After all, we've known each other for quite a while now...
How about it?, Mother Earth

Dear Otter:
You're adorable. You're attractive. You know me like nobody else does. Don't you know that you can have me if you'd only but ask? 
Yearning and hopeful, H20

Food for Thought

Some people bring out the worst in you, others bring out the best, and then there are those remarkably rare, addictive ones who just bring out the most. Of everything. They make you feel so alive that you'd follow them straight into Hell, just to keep your fix.

Unfortunately, I think this is truer than any of us want to admit.

Summer Goals

Whenever there comes a transition in my life, I like to always go into it with some sort of goal(s). I am experience a big transition right now as I have completed my 4th year of college and this is the first summer I've been out on my own without any family around. Most of my friends have gone home for the summer so I've lost my support system and have been forced to basically rely sully on myself, which is not a bad thing really. I am moving into a new apartment with new people and am looking forward to meeting new people. But this summer is going to be about reconstructing myself and figuring out who I really want to be and creating a plan for becoming that person. To go along with that, here are some of my other goals I have for this summer:
  • Come closer to God
  • Get into better physical shape
    • Try to run or swim every week day
    • Rarely eat fast food
    • Eat more fruits and veggies
  • Meditate at least 10 minutes everyday
  • Find a new hobby
  • Read at least 5 books
I'm sure that there are more goals I have right now, but I either don't feel like posting them or I simply cannot remember them at this moment in time. 
But please know that I wish you all a very happy and safe summer. (: