Friday, February 18, 2011

I wanna do this too

This truly IS a challenge. I suck at blogging and stuff, so I might forget some days :P Whatever.

Day 1: Introduce, recent picture of yourself, 15 interesting facts
Day 2: What did you do today?
Day 3: Meaning behind your blog name
Day 4: Your parents
Day 5: A song to match your mood
Day 6: A picture of something that makes you happy
Day 7: Favorite movies
Day 8: A place you've traveled to
Day 9: A favorite picture of your best friend
Day 10: Something you're afraid of
Day 11: A youtube video that recently made you laugh
Day 12: Something you don't leave the house without
Day 13: Goals
Day 14: A picture of you last year - how have you changed?
Day 15: Bible verse
Day 16: Soemthing you made yourself
Day 17: Something you're looking forward to
Day 18: Last movie you saw
Day 19: Something you miss
Day 20: Nicknames
Day 21: A screenshot of your desktop
Day 22: What's in your bag?
Day 23: Last thing you ate and drank?
Day 24: Something you've learned
Day 25: Put your iPod on shuffle, first 10 songs
Day 26: Favorite band at the moment
Day 27: a photo of the city you live in
Day 28: Something that stresses you out
Day 29: 3 Wishes
Day 30: a picture of yourself this day and 5 good things that happened since you started the challenge

Friday, February 4, 2011

"Hate" is such a harsh word.

Yesterday, I told my mom, that there's a woman I hate.
She looked at me for a few second, and then answeared: "Ooh, you mean 'dislike', don't you?"

No, I can honestly say "I hate her", and my mom did not understand this, she thought it was a cruel thing to say.

Is it really such a harsh thing to say? Is it not okay to hate someone?
And what difference would it make if I used the word 'dislike' but still ment the same?

I do think it's a word you shouldn't throw careless around with, but it kinda seems like it really surprise some people that you can actually be so honest with your feelings, and that's a pity.

Picture not related, I love my teddybears :D