Chapters 282 & 283: Full Of Ideas

Happy Thursday, and for all my fellow Americans, Happy Fourth of July! *fireworks*

So, I forgot to post yesterday, but I went with one of my best friends to the fireworks! I’m pretty sure everyone I’ve ever met turned out, so there was a lot of hugging and talking about college. It was a little weird seeing former classmates, because I feel like I’ve changed so much over the past year, and we talked about old memories and people. It was a little nostalgic, but pretty fun! The fireworks were the best part though, even though it took us about an hour to get home!


But even when I was at the fireworks, I was thinking of ideas for posts I want to write. I was thinking about who I want to write about, and using my blog as a way to connect to my past. I know I’m not that old, but I do have a fair amount of memories that I could share with you all.

Do you ever feel like past memories overpower your new ideas? Past events affect your future plans? Can you shake off your past, or is it simply a part of who you are?

So, what do you think? Should I share old memories, or come up with new ideas? What would you do?

Have an awesome weekend! xxoo


16 thoughts on “Chapters 282 & 283: Full Of Ideas

  1. Memories are learning experiences, whether good or bad. It can be fun sharing memories and hearing what others have to say, and your memories might inspire new ideas at the same time. Give it a shot! Who knows, readers might have similar experiences 🙂


  2. In my blog, many of my posts focus on the past, but, as the previous commenters have said, there is much to be learnt about the future from the past.

    How many stories are really written in the future, other than maybe sci-fi, after all…?


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