I tend to be an open book But I am realizing, a lot of people are like those little diaries you get as a child you know the ones that have a lock on them for no one to get into. I would try to open those things anyway I could, and to no avail I couldn't unless I had the key.
Because I, sometimes not always... just sometimes, attribute how I am to how others are, I feel like when people first meet me, they think I ask too many questions... Maybe even make them uncomfortable because I want to know their story, every piece of it. I understand that getting to know a person is a process but I love the process, so I am constantly pursuing people's stories...
I wouldn't call myself nosey I consider myself more as a curious and genuinely intrigued individual
I truly want to know everyone's story that comes into my life The roads that people have taken to get them where they are, are important to me
Today, I was driving on the freeway looking at the tire marks all over. One dashing across the entire width of the freeway before disappearing into the gravel One that swirls around the middle lanes A set that begin and stop in a dark halt
How did these tire marks happen? What happened to the people that left them behind? How did those little marks that are left for me to drive over change someone's life? How will those marks change my life? Do they drive passed them everyday and think about what happened? Could something so permanent for others to see shift someone's destiny?
I want to know those people's stories I want to know "How'd you get to this point in your life?" Did your tires screech, halt, swirve, skid across the road or are you driving through life, not leaving any marks to look back on?
Its things like tire marks on the sixty that get me thinking...
"Humans live in webs of meaning that we ourselves have spun" unknown...
1. Read at least 12 books a. Pride and Prejudice, must be one of those 2. Move to San Diego 3. Say yes more 4. Go on a date. by myself 5. Invest in a hobby-- bought a year membership to an outdoor boot camp 6. Go to a NFL game (Wasn't NFL but it was the OSU Homecoming game, which is even better!) 7. Run a 5k-- Did the Color Run, but didn't actually run it. So I will keep this up 8. Watch "Gone with the Wind" 9. Join a small group/book club 10. Go salsa dancing 11. Take a day off to go on an adventure 12. Cook dinner for a friend and take it to them 13. Visit a friend in a different city/state 14. Try 'The Bar Method' work out 15. Throw a themed dinner party 16. Visit the Monterey Aquarium 17. Write a letter to my former self 18. Make bread from scratch 19. Visit the Golden Gate Bridge 20. Make new friends 21. Create a new tradition 22. Go paddle boarding 23. Try Bikram yoga or Hot yoga 24. Come up with a personal motto-- "Do something today your future self will thank you for" 25. Learn how to sew 26. Learn how to golf