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One Hour To Live

Posted: January 11, 2011 in Uncategorized
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So…I was just told that in exactly one hour (after this blog is submitted) I will faint and die. That’s it. Not tragically, painfully, or dramatically, just faint and never wake up.


What am I going to do with this last hour of my life, you ask?

Well that’s what I’m here to tell you, Grasshopper!

First of all, I would take advantage of my blogging time and write about what I really think of some people, but would ruin relationships to tell them. Also,ย I would leave a Facebook message saying the same blahbity blah that I will say to my family in the next step, to all 156 of my only true friends! If you aren’t on Facebook or not a friend of mine on Facebook, consider yourself unfriended.

Secondly, I’d tell my family I love them and what not, and to save their sorrow for souls in doubt, cuz I’ll be in paradise ๐Ÿ™‚ (Which is why I’m not gonna worry or freak, I’m at peace about this. I just want to enjoy my last few…hour)

“Save sorrow for the souls in doubt”

Thirdly, I would drive to a certain girl’s house, (hopefully she’s home…) Kiss her, tell her how I really feel and that I’m sorry I didn’t take a chance when I should have. This would take up probably a good 20 minutes of my hour, but I’ve been dying (Ironic?) to do this.

Now, about 35-40 minutes left.

Now that I’ve taken care of all the friends and family closure business, on to the funnest half hour of my life.

I would drive down I-275 as fast as my little Grand Prix will take me! I’ll go to the airport, (traffic doesn’t slow me down at this point in my life) I’d run to the nearest plane, jump in the cockpit, and take off! There’s no point in being scared, I’m dying either way.

I’m taking this plane to space.

I would fly straight up as fast as possible until I finally leave Earth’s gravitational pull. Now, I wait. All I can do is float away into space for the last 10 minutes of my life and hope I see something awesome, which impossible not to see in space. I’ll enjoy the view until the rest of my hour is up, after which I can see it anytime I want. ๐Ÿ™‚


Well, the first half is true. The second half is what I would want to do. ย The most important thing would be getting things off my chest that have been taking up space there for so long. And I just can’t get over how amazing space is.

What would you do with an hour to live?

Day 10: Discuss Your First Love and First Kiss

Great. The girl I mentioned in an earlier blog. We’re no longer together, unfortunately, but that’s not what this is about. We have dated a few times since junior high. Most recently was the longest time, a total of five months. The first kiss was like, December 6th? 2008? I believe, it was a few days after we started dating. It was our first kisses for both of us. The long-distance relationship thing didn’t work out, but I know I’ve never felt that way about anybody else. But everything ends eventually. If she still lived here we would still be together, but it just sucked that way. So, yeah.

“Breaking up is like tipping over a Coke machine. You can’t do it in one shove, you have to rock it back and forth a few times before it falls over.”

I just love that quote. If I told you it was from a “Teensinlovequotes” Twitter account you would fall in love with it. But it’s from Seinfeld, so you’ll probably think “Gross, the 90s.” If you are a female, that is.

Day 8: A Time I Felt Most Satisfied With My Life

I don’t know if there was any specific moment that I can recall, but after thinking about it I think it was when I went to Grace Church. I was so involved, I had friends, and I was close to God. Breakout was probably the most helpful and fun thing I’ve ever been a part of. Just getting together and talking about God, growing in our faith together, helping the church and the community in the process. All those times after Breakout too, playing Mario Kart and football and all that, it just felt right.

I don’t know if it’s good or bad that I was most satisfied with life in 4th grade. Probably both. Good because everyone should have a good childhood and get an early relationship with God going. But bad because we should be growing in that relationship and other relationships every day. But that’s the only time I can think of. Life was simple and fun with those people in that environment. I’m glad I still talk to them and see them when I visit though. I miss that church…But I’m working on getting involved in my new church and making new friends. I want that back.

Day 6 11/2/10

Posted: November 2, 2010 in Uncategorized
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Day 6: 30 Interesting Facts About Yourself

1. I am homeschooled

2. I love hoodies

3. I am almost definitely a pyromaniac. Always burning something!

4. I LOVE baseball. I think more than anything. Yep, anything.

5. I think my dog is my bestfriend

6. I wish I read more than I do

7. I’m pretty shy, but working on it

8. I like to golf

9. I am terrible at golf

10. If I never had to wear shorts again, I’d be so happy. Except it’s too hot in the summer

11. I love chicken

12. I can cook! Especially bake

13. I love the Reds, hate the Bengals. Reds aren’t a division rival ๐Ÿ™‚

14. Jim Thome is my all time favorite athlete

15. Audio Adrenaline is my all time favorite band.

16. Apparently I’m stuck in the 90s based on those last 2 facts.

17. I like to work out

18. Bullet For My Valentine is my second favorite band. Which shows how diverse my music taste is. That’s amazing.

19. I think football is great, but very overrated

20. I hate iPod earbuds. So uncomfortable

21. I believe Seinfeld is the funniest show ever made. Ever

22. I have never gone to a school for more than 3 years

23. My favorite movie is The Quick and the Dead

24. My favorite book by far is The Shack

25. I like hiking

26. I’m lame

27. I’m not very good at guitar

28. I’m not very strong…yet

29. #’s 25-28 were provided by Jeremy Hesser

30. And finally, I try to enjoy lifeish