When I was just six months old, my parents, who work for the State Department, moved to Washington DC to do their periodic check-in with Big Brother. They lived in a town called Reston, Virginia, which had plenty of swimming pools, one within walking distance of our house.
My brother, Steve, was about five years old at the time, and loved the water. So, it happened, did our neighbor's son, Mac. Mac was about a year older than Steve, and the two took to each other immediately. Steve even joined the swim team with Mac, and was over at his house often.
I wrote this a while ago, and since it seems to be nothing but a series of advice, I figured... what the hell? I think I was listening to LeAnne Womack's "I Hope You Dance" at the time because that's what it sounds like.
When you look up at the sky, don't do it just to see if it's raining When you find it is raining, don't run indoors and hide When you get your hopes too high, don't say you're overrated When you walk down by a river, don't be afraid to get your feet wet When your fire goes out, don't blame it on the wind When you watch the sunset, don't think the day is over When you reach out to...
okay so i know nobody likes going first so i thought since i made this spot I'll have the first moan lol
my problem is actually quite unique although i know some of you out their will be able to relate to it actually to be more specific how unique my problem is under 50 people in the UK have it
as for what it is, well it has some fancy medical term for which i would have to go and look up but in lamens terms i have a tumor that has been growing since birth in the middle of my brain. Which trust me does sounds a hell of a lot worse than it is and fortunately it's not cancerous (well they're 99.9%...
firstly just a little bit about why i've created this spot
i love to help people with anything weather it be finding an episode of Buffy for someone on fanpop or lending a friend some money, and having come to have made quite a few friends on fanpop you guys are some of the most helpful and nicest people I've met.
I message quite a few people regularly and I'm not going to mention their names because you know who you are but I've quite a few heart felt conversations both giving and recieving advice about a fair few different problems and i think it is much easier to speak openly with people...