“Life’s a song, you don’t get to rehearse and every single verse can make it that much worse.”
That lyric really speaks to me at the moment, I am feeling a bit fed up and not so positive. I’m usually the one telling everyone else to be positive and that everything happens for a reason. Well I’m having one of those times where I don’t want to be positive and I want to know the reason for everything right now, doesn’t it sometimes seem like every time things start to come together something is thrown your way to derail it all?
If you’re from Nottingham and haven’t already heard about Let’s Bring Back Sophie then what are you doing with your life?!
I’ve watched the trailer a few times now and it is fabulous, taking the text from the Facebook page this is how it is described by Ed Fleming, filmmaker and the creator of the series.
Just a few of the things said to me this week have been “You’re quiet, are you ok?” “Are you always so quiet?” “You’re kinda shy aren’t you?” “You should be more confident.”
I get this alot, I think alot of people that are more introverted do…quiet is mistaken for shy and well, that’s mistaken for having no confidence. Truth is, anyone that knows me well, knows I am confident, in who I am, in what I want and in what makes me happy. Sure, I have my moments of doubt but everyone does.
Recently, after I return from choir practice, I get a little emotional. You see, I tend to not talk about things that bother me or go on, it’s always been who I am, how I’m most comfortable, it’ll never change. I write, ignore and put on the smile…sometimes until it gets a bit much. And I think that’s why I write, I don’t like talking and I won’t unless I trust someone a hell of alot or really need to, I just prefer to deal with my own emotions and stuff and get on with it. I’ve always been inspired by strong women, some of my favourite quotes are from the following two actresses:
“Sometimes good things fall apart so better things can fall together.” Marilyn Monroe
“I believe in being strong when everything seems to be going wrong.” Audrey Hepburn
I love these and they are very much the same as what I believe in.