March 30th, 2012 comes to a close. With it, the close of the California Mega Million drawing and many people’s hopes for a new start, a new lease on life. All over Facebook and other social networking sites, my friends, and even strangers, tell of dreams dashed against the rocks, as everyone was either dreaming for a piece of the $640 million or the entire pot itself. If anyone else was like myself, they reached a euphoria just purchasing one (or five, in my case) lottery tickets. Handing over that one dollar per ticket launched everyone to cloud 9, and everyone soon forgot all the problems and postulated on the “could-be’s.” But now, it turns into “never will’s.” Read the rest of this entry
For whatever reason recently, I have been trying to figure out love and relationships. It has been the over ruling thought of my mind since I have graduated high school eight years ago. I like to claim I am a non-emotional person, but I really am. I try not to show too much in the way of emotions, but my Latino blood boils me to show various emotions that override any stereotypical law of being a man (and therefore not showing emotion) and the fact that I pride myself in having a decent degree of logic engrained in myself.
But still, all in all, I like being in a relationship. That doesn’t mean I have to always be in one, but I love love. I love to love and be loved in return. Pretty sure a good chunk of people on the planet do (or at I would like to naively think so at least). Read the rest of this entry