This is my first story ever and the first subject I thought of was above. I am just back from a walk with my caramel-coloured friend and realize that I wouldn't exchange it for anything. You know why? Well I hope you do, but if not, I will try to explain my thoughts about it.
Ever since I was little, I always dreamt of having my very own pet. Of course I grew up with family pets; I think that's why I love animals so much. Pets give you a purpose; they depend on you to take care of them, love them, spoil them, discipline them, teach them. The list goes on and on. I got my first puppy this year, and I have learned a few things about what it takes to care for this little being, so I'm going to share everything with you.
Skincare never used to be my forte. I know makeup and I know makeup very well. Put me into a Sephora, tell me you need some makeup and I will know exactly what to do and what to buy. But skincare? No thanks, not a fan. I honestly did not even know what type of skin I had until the beginning of this year when I got treated to a facial. Because of this, my new year's resolution was to try harder to take care of my skin, not just wipe off my makeup with a wipe and call it a night. I knew I could do better and was determined, I will admit, creating a strict skincare routine is most definitely not easy. I failed more often times than not, but I enjoyed testing and trying various products and seeing how they made my skin appear!
I remember the cold feeling of the plastic highchair and eating sticky cheerios (sticky 'cause most of them had already been in my toddler-sized mouth) while watching from the doorway of the kitchen across to the den where my cousins were spread out on the floor playing Operation. I remember the sound of the buzzer going off every few minutes and being startled by the loud buzzing each time one of them missed and hit the silver sides. I remember asking my aunt over and over and over again when I could go home to Mommy and Daddy and being told the same thing every time... soon. I remember crying at the answer.