First Blog on New Laptop

The Macbook is my life. I wasn’t sure whether I would prepare for this transition, but after about a few days, I practically felt like I went back to my middle school days when I enjoyed using a computer. I think that I haven’t even hardly put a strain on my computer. I just think that this transition is only the beginning of all that I have in store. I may as well type this idea/thought in my journal while it’s fresh. I feel that I need to bridge this gap between the young people & the older “baby boomers”. I initially was gonna write this as a private journal, but after sitting here for a second, I think this is something that I need to share and get across to people to expand their mind. One thing that’s key is that you have to literally bring things to people’s mind that they may be unwilling to face. I think the only reason I can share and address this is because I was the quiet one that was unwilling to share this information to others. Now, I feel that the more I can educate others, the more I will get information out there based on what I’ve learned from either my mistakes or downfalls. We all are human & far from perfect. Even the so-called perfectionist has more flaws than a few. Don’t let them tell it though. Of course, that’s a totally different story than where we are now. Speaking of where we are, & I feel like I’ve been harping on this story, but there is this observation that stands out with me involving individuals meeting others where they are. There’s this tendency that most of us have where we feel that others should meet us where we are through all that we’re going through, but we’re not open & willing to do the same in return. For the life of me, I’ll never understand or grasp that concept. Then again, it isn’t my place to do so either. Due to me being the thinker I am, it’s in my DNA to think & wonder & analyze (thankfully not over-analyze) why some folks go this route with nothing to show for it. It’s a portion of the routine that many of us will battle with for the rest of our lives. That’s literally just what it comes down to.

I’ll admit that this is a bit of a strange & oddly rushed blog, but I have a legitimate reason doing this since I have to be work within the next hour or so, but regardless, I think that those who are on your side & represent you will be there when things go well & when things fall apart. There are people who have known me since I was 16 & if I call them with some crazy story, they will literally sit and listen just as much as my friends who I have met within the last 5 years. I just think friendships are something we take for granted, because most of the time, we’re looking for something when being a friend, when that’s not how a friendship works. Oh, & a random note, if you get a Macbook, BUY A KEYBOARD COVER!!!! It’s protective on your keyboard from getting dust & any random hairs or whatever inside of it PLUS it helps make your keyboard sound a lot quieter. I just tested it out to make sure I wasn’t wrong, & it’s confirmed, with the keyboard cover, it feels funny, but your keyboard and the laptop will thank you later. Friendships are friendships because you do something & if you get the return from it, you are thankful & moving forward. If nothing returns from it, you don’t have to sit & sulk & have this 5 year old temper tantrum. I think it’s one of those instances as I told one of my friends where the moment you’re unhappy or miserable, if things don’t go your way, you wanna leave the court & take your ball with you. Bad enough it’s the ball everyone is using to play the game. The worst part is that I’ve LITERALLY seen people do this & they are GROWN MEN in their mid 20’s early 30’s. Just how amazing our demographic of simpness is. Anyways, that’s another story for another day. Nonetheless, I just hope you all enjoy what I have in store w/ these thoughts. Until next time, this is BT signing out, & remember, whether you realize it or not, you matter to someone a lot more than you realize. Take care & I’m Audi.

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