|Top: thrifted Shorts: c/o Oasap Earrings: c/o Romwe Bag: c/o Oasap Sandals: Target|
Ever since last fall, I've wanted leather shorts. However, when I eyed the ones online, I felt leery of whether they'd fit or not. I finally took a chance on these ones from Oasap though, and I'm so glad I did! The elastic waist makes them a comfortable fit, and I couldn't wait for cool weather to wear them out. Hey, when its not too humid out, its bearable.
You know, having to go through that rough situation with my past roommates have taught me a lot of things. I've learned that I have high expectations for how I want to live - especially for a college student. I was raised with cleanly parents, and while at home, I was used to having nice surroundings. Perhaps that's why I wasn't as helpful around the house as I should've been when I lived with my parents. I was able to get away with laziness because I knew it would be taken care of one way or another. When I moved out, it turned into a responsibility I chose to shoulder. Guess I'm unable to adapt very well, huh? Our upbringing is heavily impacted by those who raise us, and I'm just grateful my parents instilled in me a sense of pride in having a nice home.
The thing is, I feel as if my friend didn't have a chance to defend herself and her side of the story. So here I am defending her on my very own blog. We all know I made a mistake in moving out the way I did (seriously, still want to bang my head against a wall everytime I think about it). And while it was amazing to see how quickly many of you jumped to my defense, I also want to raise the point of why she has a right to be so angry at me. Think about it - I moved in a couple months ago, bonded rapidly with my new roommate Corina, and then up and left so suddenly - with no notice given. Yes, I had to do what was right for me, but I should've done it in the right way.
Anyway, that'll be the last I say on that. What's done is done, and the only thing I can do at this point is to do my best to right my wrong and leave the rest in God's hands.
Bearing with one another and, if one has a complaint against another, forgiving each other; as the Lord has forgiven you, so you also must forgive.