In a couple of months I will be celebrating my 20th birthday on being 30 years old. I must be excited because I am already writing about it. Or am I really excited or just anxious about this uncertain point in one’s life? A lot of people embrace it others are unenthusiastic while some are simply numb.
What is alarming about my about-to-celebrate birthday the fiftieth time is that I am still single, lone, solo, free and unattached (do I really have to accentuate this much? Hahaha!). People can say that in the aspect of finding and attracting a life partner I may be the living proof that The Secret revealed by Rhonda Byrne in her book regarding the law of attraction is nothing but a futile idea and an unsuccessful suggestion.
I have done all Rhonda Byrne has opined. I slept in only one side of my bed which at times I find myself waking up on the floor because I unconsciously fell while sleeping at some point in the middle of the night. I prepare food good for two servings which only resulted to my having to purchase larger sized clothing. I allotted a space in my dresser which caused me to buy and install further dressers so as to have more space for my retail therapy. I even bought and installed two cute robot toothbrush hangers inside my bathroom!
robot toothbrush hangers on my bathroom wall
hoping to have fun when i’m five zero
Despite this unsuccessful approaches and years may have passed, I would still like to believe in Rhonda Byrne when she say, “There is no such thing as a hopeless situation. Every single circumstance of your life can change”.
I really hope and wish that Rhonda Byrne would prove me wrong. According to her, thoughts become things. But I really wish that in this coming November thoughts would finally become a person. Keeping my fingers (and toes) crossed!
Today is Valentine’s Day and this “awe-mazing” song just smacked right between my ears. It obviously is not a cupid love song, yet this fantabulous pop track simply represent how still positive I am amidst this dreadful day.
The lines of this applause-worthy song that truly hit me denotes strength and independence.
“When I got my back up against the wall,
don’t need no one to rescue me.
‘Cause I ain’t waiting up for no miracle,
yeah tonight I’m running free!”
I like this song simply because I have never been a believer of self-pity. Self-pity is for people who have too much time on their hands yet they wait for miraculous change to befall them. As for me. Instead of dreaming miracles, I have long learned to make my own.
This may not be this year’s song for those who chose or no choice but to remain solo and unattached, let me nevertheless announce that Into The Blue by pop goddess Kylie Minogue as my Feb 14 theme song…