what is it?
"Labor Day, the first Monday in September, is a creation of the labor movement
and is dedicated to the social and economic achievements of American workers.
It constitutes a yearly national tribute to the contributions workers have made to the strength,
prosperity, and well-being of our country."
awesome. i like that.
strictly, this is a day to bum out & be lazy.
it’s one of my best friends birthday & i thought i was going to be celebrating with him, but he’s at work =/
HAPPY BIRTHDAY KONRAD!! <3
anyway, i’ve been doing just about anything to occupy myself
yesterday, my family and i went out to czestochowa – it’s in doylestown, pa – only about an hour away
[we used to go when i was a kid – i swore it was going to be at least a three hour trip down there – i was wrong]
czestochowa is a national shrine, the original, is in Poland, however the one in the US is pretty breath taking aswell.
the church is beautiful, and the land around the church is plentiful – a beautiful cemetery is also nearby;
we decided on spending the day there because of the Polish-American Festival
crazy amounts of people showed up, we missed mass – but we took full advantage of the $10 entrance bracelet, kiddie rides galore ;p
had some cotton candy, caramel apple chips, and purchased some other goodies
i honestly had fun.
i like spending time away from reality.
festivals do that to me, take me away
i’m nervous for this school week because thats reality at its best, BAM.
last week, i told myself i was going to stop blogging, for a few reasons i’ll keep to myself
but anytime i told someone – they told me not to.
and alright, i guess i’ll keep at it.
however my entries recently have been very different from ones i used to post.
i’ve changed as a person, and according to one of my best friends, i frequently go through ‘phases’
which is true.
i like the idea of change, a lot. i like thinking that i’m becoming a better person, smarter, more understanding.
change is good.
yesterday, someone told me i’ve got a look of innocence to me, and i couldn’t ask for a greater compliment.
it made me smile
i read a quote today:
“the only thing that makes it a part of your life, is the fact that you keep thinking about it.”
i agree with it. but, what if you don’t want it to stop being a part of your life?
for right now, there isn’t anything i can do but wait
selena gomez : round and round