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Thursday, 15 June 2017


It's quite something when your body awakens with the sun at roughly 5:30a.m. still, dragging my arse out of bed wasn't going to happen this particular morning, my eyes felt vigorously glued down and body completely ignorant of the rising temperature in my room. A couple of hours later with underlying frustration and uneasiness from last nights nightmare still lingering, I couldn't be reaching for my morning coffee any more promptly if I tried. 

Lately with so much tension in air around me, it feels I'm choking for fresh air to breathe. I seem to yell, why just why, too often in regards to being misunderstood, or hearing completely obscure and immature comments; I wonder why people assume that 'growing up' means losing your youth, as does being mature. We have to grown up some day, we have to adult. Our parents aren't going to be paying our bills or sorting out our problems, for the rest of our days. It shocks me, the manner in which some things are dealt with, whether through words or actions, it's one big eye roll hearing catty arguments, narrow minded criticism and also backlash for those taking a more mature approach. 

Newsflash, it isn't dull to be slightly more sophisticated in your argumentative or daily approach to life. If anything, it's smart. 

Your youthfulness will always be with you one way or another, you don't have to let it go, nor should you. I'm a huge child at heart, I laugh at anything, I still run around and sustain foolish endeavours, but I don't succumb to naive responses when a quarrel arises, believe me it gets one nowhere, the problems lingers and a lot of the time more fuel is added to the fire.

with love, Kat



  1. I think you made clear, and you perfectly bring it on point, that people expect us to grow up, and chnge our mind with the years our bodies exist. I still can be totally in love with Disney, play around and have fun, while being able to think "mature" and more rational than kids. Hearing comments like "She's 18, why'd she do something this childish?". Well, good news: People who think they ca be adults but still remain young in their mind and hearts, will live longer and happier. Not the numbers in my date of birth determine my actual age, my mind and my heart does.
    Thank you for your post, Kat.

    with so much love,
    Nisa Hilal

    1. Yes! You're completely right, your mind & heart does, age is very literally JUST a number!!! Why should we live our lives year by year, ticking off years of our lives, seeing it seemingly 'shorten' just because of our age!! Time is a concept humans created. We just have to live for now and how we feel and want to.

      That's ok darling, thanks for reading!!


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