Light and happy. Light and happy. Light. And. Happy.
Nah, I can't do that. I'm horrible at light and happy. It's sunny outside right now, and I can't do light and happy. It's a bit depressing, isn't it?
So I'll talk about failures.
Failing is just, like, part of EVERYONE. There may be someone or some people who seem all perfect in your school/workplace/home/etc., but they really are all failures on the inside. Embrace failing. If you deny it, you're denying yourself.
Not only do you learn from failures and mistakes and such, you can have fun while making them. Trust me. I fail. A lot. Epically. And they are so epic that there is no other word for them but epic. And I have SO. MUCH. FUN.
Okay (there's that word again. Do you guys find me saying "okay" a lot annoying, or is this more annoying?), maybe getting, I don't know, a 70 on a test/quiz/thingy isn't fun. Neither is getting a scrape/cut/broken bone while doing some stupid stunt. But still, you can find the fun in these things.
Like rebellion. When you get a 70, you feel guilty, yes, but you feel REBELLIOUS. It's a wonderful free feeling that you never want to let go. And when you do that stupid stunt and injure yourself, you can still be glad that you had the experience. I mean, if you hadn't done the stupid stunt, you never would've known how it would've been like to do it.
I'm just going on and on and on again, aren't I?
Well, just know, next time you fail, loosen up, laugh at yourself, learn from the failure and embrace it. Then can you be perfect. Remember, perfection is in imperfection!
Oh yeah, I forgot to tell you peeps. I MADE A GIF! :D
Nothing too fancy, but still! :D