How cool is that, people? Today’s the last day of the decade!
And, of course, my last post, too.
That makes me incredibly happy… but a bit sad, too. I mean, 2010 flied! Don’t you think so?
I almost couldn’t believe it when Dad told me today was New Year’s Eve. Is it? Haha.
2010 was definitely a great year. I mean, obviously, I’ve had my ups and downs. But overall, I’d say it was a success.
And, by the way – your comments on my last post helped me SO much!
I talked to Mom, and instead of saying she’d stop, she taught me valuable lesson.
She said: “I don’t read minds. Nobody does. You should know by now that people usually joke. And jokes are not always nice. I’m sorry I hurted you, but you shouldn’t be so upset. You shouldn’t let people’s words get to you so much. Otherwise, everytime someone disappoints you or says something “wrong” or “bad” about you, you’ll be devastated. And I don’t want to see you sad and unhappy all the time. I want to see you strong and happy. Be strong, sweetheart.”
Ok, so maybe these were not her exact words. But it’s the same message.
It was kind of hard to hear, but I know it’s true. I shouldn’t let people’s comments and jokes get to me so much.
Isn’t our Moms (almost) always right?
Anyhow, I figured I should post a few reasons why I’m actually proud to be short.
I might not be able to reach to the highest shelf…
(taking pics with the “timer” function isn’t easy, ok?)
But I can sure hide rather easily when I feel like it
(and yep, I’m smiling. But you can’t see it because I’m playing with my iPod, haha)
I should be proud of who I am. No matter how tall (besides, I’m only 15. I might just grow a few more inches… Hehe)
A little Christmas recap:
At the mall, with Lelê and Baby Mig
At my Family’s Christmas Dinner (on December 23rd… long story, haha)
At Grandma’s house, on Christmas Eve
At Grandma’s (Dad’s Mom) house on Christmas Day. Love this picture!
I guess that’s all. Oh, and before I forget about it – last year, I recorded a Christmas video with a super-talented friend of mine called Renata. We’re still on Holiday season, right? Haha. I hope you like it!
Wish you all an amazing NYE and a 2011 full of joy, accomplishments, happiness and health!
Love you all SO much.
Bring it on, 2011!