It’s sad to say that we’re all going to get hurt in life. We have very different ways of dealing with that hurt. Weather it’s physical, mental, or emotional hurt. What we don’t realize is that we hurt ourselves more by keeping all that hurt locked up inside. So I’m going to tell you a story about Delilah.
Love... Everybody has their own meaning of what they think love is or how it feels to be loved. Love is unconditional. Not trying to change someone and accepting them for who they are. You should have a deep feeling of sexual desire and affection towards that person. Love sometimes will be painful, but if it’s the right person, it's worth fighting the pain with that person. It will also bring tears and sadness sometimes. It requires lots of affection, paying attention, listening, trust, great communication, and mutual support. But some people might be too blind when it comes to love. They’ll keep forgiving someone that’s not right for them just because they love that person.
To start this off, I’ve had some ups and downs. I’m the type of person that can listen to music and it will make my day a little easier to get through. So, I’m going to give you that list and explain what I taught the song meant to me. And hopefully, it can help you in some way when your down and you want to listen to someone who can relate to you and what you’re going to through. So, let’s begin…
I was born in the Bahamas so I know all about Junkanoo. I also know that people make a bucket list of all the things they want to do before they get old or die, which is understandable. It might give them a purpose in life. They make their list and focus on it. It helps guide them towards new experiences in life and it also helps them set a goal in life. And that is why I believe that traveling to the Bahamas and being a part of Junkanoo should definitely be on their list. So, I’m going to give you 7 reasons why you should add Junkanoo to your bucket list.
Here’s my story. I am a nineteen-year-old female from Florida who had a HUGE crush on this boy ninth grade year. Four years later, he’s finally mine, and I am addicted to him! I walked into my reading class ninth grade year, and there he was just sitting there. I just knew I had to talk to him. We hit it off immediately and became great friends, but, for some reason, he dated everyone but me, and those relationships only lasted about two weeks. The whole tenth-grade year I didn’t talk to him because I was angry. I thought to myself that maybe I wasn’t his type or maybe I was too much of a nerd. He finally decided to ask me out at the end of the tenth-grade year, but I said no because I thought I was his last resort because the girls he did want cheated on him. At the middle of the eleventh-grade year he switched schools, and we didn’t talk much. As a matter of fact, he didn’t talk to any females. One day, he inboxed me asking if I wanted to go watch a movie with him, and I said sure. For some reason, being around him gave me butterflies, and he was kind of nervous. After the movie was done, we talked for hours. It was amazing. He then asked me out again, and I said yes. Three months into our relationship we had sex for the first time, and it was amazing. Of course, I was nervous but didn’t want to show it.