i'm watching season 5 of One Tree Hill right now and i'm surprised at how much i like it now than i did the first time my sister tried to push it down my throat. it is this show that is filled with poetry, drama, and apparently only good-looking people are allowed in this "reality." oh wait, that sounds a lot like my life. HA! I wish! Anyway, there is this one line spoken in the show that really struck me. it goes something like, "Wanting to do something is not enough. You have to do something about it so that you won't look back ten years from now and imagine what could have been."
I am 21 years old and as I right this, I am realizing how much I've missed on just because I always think that there's tomorrow for me to do all these things but the truth is that tomorrow doesn't always come. We should learn how to live each day as if it were last. God knows... maybe it is. Would you have forgiven yourself knowing you could have done something amazing now but instead, you wait for tomorrow that may or may not come? 10 years from now, i wouldn't want to look back and say, "damn, I bet it was easier to have abs when I was 21." So it's decided...
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