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A new chapter in life.

School is officially over for me. Can't believe that's real but it is.

So now, what do I do??

Well, there's so MANY things to do for me. This is a new chapter in life and I plan to start wonderfully and end it beautifully.

For now, to celebrate my new found freedom and my new chapter in life, I got a haircut. I like my hair. Only thing I hate is that the highlights are too soft and almost freaking invisible. Sigh. Next time, I want my highlights to be strong & shiny!!

Anyway, until the new year, I'm gonna procrastinate for a while. Then after that, TIME TO DO EVERYTHING ON MY LIST!!

And mind you, I have A LOT of things listed on my list.

A new beginning is always fun because you never know how it'll end. You never know it's going to go. The possibilities are endless. And right now, the world seem to be my stage. Everything seems to be set. All I got to do is move my ass!

Today is only the beginning, it is not the end Pictures, Images and Photos

New Beginning Pictures, Images and Photos

Maybe I am a little optimistic right now & full of hope. Maybe I will never achieve everything I dreamed of.

But atleast, I want to give it my best shot. Like they say," if you want to fail, atleast, fail beautifully"

failure Pictures, Images and Photos

but of course, I rather be successful. We'll see. We'll see how the future will unroll soon enough.

Future's Bright Pictures, Images and Photos

PS :

Merry Christmas Pictures, Images and Photos

Comments

guitargirl said…
Awesome! :D Congrats on passing everything and being done with school! It feels great, doesn't it?

I've been thinking on getting highlights too, but I haven't been able to afford getting my hair done for a long time.

Anyways, about silent movies. I just got into them here recently after I saw the movie "Benny and Joon." Haha. I think they're nice (and that's really saying something, because I don't like a whole bunch of comedy movies) I'll probably be posting more about them in the future now that I've discovered them. My favorite silent movie actor is Buster Keaton because of how he keeps a serious expression on his face and never cracks up. And it's amazing to see how much current comedy has stemmed from movies that are almost a hundred years old! If you ever do decide to watch one, so far I think my favorite is "The Haunted House." You can search for it on youtube. :)

Merry Christmas to you too! God bless you and your family and I hope you have an awesome coming year! And also, I'm sorry I haven't been commenting as regularly. I haven't been spending as much time on the computer these past few weeks because my computer got a virus and I've been running a lot of scans and trying to clean it up. Later later!
Let go girl !!!
The future is yours !!!

You already success the first step !!!
That is dare to dream.
Then plan it !!!

After plan is action !!
Go go go !!

I support you.
Any problem remember tell me ya.
I beside and support you.
^_^

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