Moon Rise: 9:20 A.M.
Moon Set: 9:06 P.M.
“I honestly think it’s the thing I like most, to laugh. It cures a multitude of ills. It’s probably the most important thing in a person.”
― Audrey Hepburn
-Energy of Self: Eager for a joy ride, cheerful
•Time: Tuesday, September 15, 2015 @ 9:20 A.M.
I just want to laugh all the time. Whether, If it’s either making myself laugh, which I do very often, or sharing in laughter with others. It’s an incredible feeling just to let the happiness at that moment come out in just laughing.
Tonight it was time just to take a little drive to the city because sometimes a change of scenery is exactly what one person needs. Driving to Atlanta just gives me such a rush of energy just waiting to see the big city I’ve grown to love so much. I love everything about the city. The lights, the business of cars and people scurrying around everywhere, and just everything that’s going on all around you. It’s such an exciting feeling being around something so much bigger than yourself.
I know some of my best little “road trips” are when I’m listening to my favorite rap songs, just rapping along to the lyrics. In a way, I like to think in one of my lives I was totally a badass rapper. My Pandora skipped around from Young Jeezy to Drake, to Lil Wayne with some Gorilla Zoe. It gets even better when one rap comes on and you know you’re about to kill the verse just like you are whoever is rapping the lyrics in the song. I just it very entertaining to act like I have any clue about whatever I’m rapping about.
It makes everything about the ride more enjoyable playing some great jams. Sometimes, I’ll even yell them out the window acting like I’m nuts to whoever is passing next to me. These are the times you can let loose, and just carefree, while being careful of course, but you’re not letting the problems in life bother you.
The whole ride to and from Atlanta was filled with loud music and just laughing my ass off with my best friend. I know twenty-five isn’t old, but it felt pretty nice feeling like I was only eight-teen again.