Great, now the flu not only has people freaking out and taking “emergency precautions” which include leaving the house as often as possible, eat from as many stalls as possible in MK, and walk around without masks or alcohol wipes, but apart from the emergency precautions, my main summer job has been
canceled . I’m relying solely on TE and tutoring now.
I sit here at night, not quite alone, but I sit nonetheless, listening to the thunder and lightening not lightING as Sunny thinks (hey! I just realized, I talked to Sunny about the rain!) but the loud roars of breaking winds and vibrations rolling through the skies are a representation of my insides erupting as my anxiety builds. I anticipate with great
curiosity and apprehension what I shall do in the coming years. Suppose I do not complete a degree, would I be doing the same, relying on TE and tutoring, maybe doing freelance for the press, only hoping not to be deterred by viruses?
I asked myself what I should do with my life. I figured I should start by getting one.
Which was when I proceeded to seek my mirror for advice. The image I saw was merely what I suppose I look like…
That’s when I realized another profound truth about summer life (yes, the one I need to get).
No one actually knows what they look like… the images in the mirror or camera are what you think you look like… …
~An Insightful Blogger~