Pessiments may have the better advantage if views in life. They don’t get depressed if something doesn’t go their way, and I fit goes differently than they can be happy.
Concerning my earlier weather post, I have also realized that I can tell somewhat weather will be like when I wake up in the morning. I have a feeling it comes with living in Tennessee for so long.
I just realized that my mood changes with the weather. When it’s mild or overcast I’m very happy. However if its rainy I feel tired. The same goes for excessive heat. So my mood changes (somewhat) with the season. I wonder if this applys to everyone.
I just realized that many artists are female. If a person was too like at the poll of ” female vs male” artists on sites like deviantart; they would come to the same conclusion. Does this mean females are more creative than males? For our lack of physical strength do we make up for it mentally, and some just do not realize their full potential? Thins would make a great poll.
I just realized just how much the tennessee valley fair was downsized. When I was really small the fair parking used to fill up an entire hills worth of parking plus more. Now there are still many people that come, but the plus more of my childhood isn’t so much more anymore.
Have you noticed that when you are actually in love you don’t care about anything else? It depends on the person, but sometimes you rnadomly start blushing or fidgeting, too. I don’t mean to sound like a sap with this post, but this is just what I noticed this week.
This post (and blog) I am keeping is for keeping English class, but I would glad if you read it anyway. Observing things is something humans do on a daily basis, but due to human nature, we often skim over the finer details or forget them. In the past few days, I took a walk around my grandmother’s neighboorhood. It was beautiful outside, with no clouds, and very mild weather. However, not a soul could be seen out of their houses. A few houses I walked by I even noticed televisions playing or music blaring. When I grew up, children used to play basketball (yes, there are still children of multiple ages in that community), or take walks on days like these. This made me notice how much our community has actually lost it’s touch with nature over the years from I what believe is to due to technology.