It's funny you should say that, we lived by the fjord 16 kilometres from Flensburg.
What made it so great? The whole atmosphere, how I felt I could really be myself there, that I learned so many things I never would have learned otherwise, and the most important thing - I met the most wonderful people there.
I broke up with my ex of 2 years. Met several interesting people like a really cool bartender who gave me sound advices. Went to see New York... Bangkok and some parts of Indonesia too. Ate amazing food, and had an amazing bottle of Sake for the first time with a good friend.
All in all, it was a bittersweet 2012. And I learn to treasure my family as well.
He just wasn't the right guy, and I could see this, but he couldn't. He was fairly clingy and basically had constructed his life entirely around me, which I wasn't happy with (considering the fact that I'm still in school), and yeah.
This is the third time I've clicked on this post, thinking it was about Lana Del Rey.
But OK, since I'm here...
I changed dramatically this year! It was an incredible year with tons of self discovery and inspiration and happiness. I became much more independent, self reliant, and assertive. Nothing really eventful happened, besides overcoming a rough patch in my life. Now that all that shit is over, I'm such a free-er person!
Well I used to be a total pushover and I was always unhappy because I needed other people to make me happy and I was so codependent and pathetic. And then I met this guy. And he was pretty codependent and pathetic as well. And I spend several months talking to him, even though it was a total drain for me because he was so hard to talk to. Aand then I discovered he was a total tool. So I grew a pair and told him that he was a loser and I couldn't stand talking to him and I was done. And that was the beginning of a new, independent, i-don't-give-a-crap me.
I like that new self of yours! In the past I had kind of similar experiences, each one pushed me a bit further towards being better. But if I am honest with myself I am not where I want to be. Do you feel that you like where you are or are you "not there" yet?
Nothing special here, the year was not really, good? I don't want to complain about some stuff happend, but the overall feeling is a bit dull. But I got forward in art, not that much I had in mind but still progress. The best part about 2012 was definitly my holidays with my best friend in Sweden and our 'get in touch with nature' trips.
Finished first year of high school with only one failed class (success!), helped my best friend fight off her eating disorder, had some mad sleepovers with my new friends, finally bought a new cell phone, almost broke it, tried being brunette but didn't really fancy it so I'm all blonde again, got a dog, survived the lamest apocalypse ever.
Also, for the first time in my life I'm wondering if I might be a winter person after all
That's about it in a nutshell. I had such a good time, but can't even remember all of it.
This year was okay. Nothing extraordinarily bad happened, but nothing particularly noteworthy happened too. I guess I should just be happy I lived to see another year.
I guess this year was the year I did a lot of firsts. Got my learner's permit and learned how to drive. Finally learned how to use this goddamn tablet. Learned how to draw realism + semi-realism. Ran my first "ask" account (which was hella fun). Came back to school after a leave of absence for a year. Got to play with liquid nitrogen for the first time. But other than that, this year was balls.
Your year sounds like fun. Did you pass your driving test? Before I got my driver's permit I wasn't really eager to and to all this stuff required to learn how to drive but after I got my license I fell in love with driving. It's like "Anyone wants to drive somewhere? I'll get my keys!"