Monday, March 16, 2015


Like everyone, I think there's a lot of things that could describe me. And like most people I definitely wouldn't hesitate to say I never truly grew up. But even though the majority of adults who feel this way on the inside they don't outwardly display those feelings in their hobbies,jobs, personalities etc.. where as I do. And I think 97.4% of the people who know me would agree with that; I never grew up. The jury is still out on whether that's good or bad, but regardless the fact does remain that this is who I am. (at least for the present moment).


Lindwormmm said...

It's wonderful not to grow up!

Yeah, it really is a sign of a good healthy relationship when your lover doesn't mind sex fart noises ;) ;)

Loved the texts <3

Viva La DIY said...

These were amusing to read, truly admirable :]
I've always been the real serious type but, as I'm getting older I've learned (still learning actually) to not take things so seriously that now I pretty much humored by even the most serious matters that I encounter.
♡ Dulce

Cara said...

LOL! Thanks Lindwormmm! <3 Love your blog!!

Cara said...

Dulce- We're all works in progress, always learning and evolving. So cool how you've been able to become more comfortable with silliness. Even though I've always been sorta opposite (goofy, rarely serious) I think it's more difficult for people who are more on the serious side to allow themselves to be silly than vise verse. I know in my case I definitely have always used humor as a defense mechanism. Which for me, hasn't been the best thing(in the long run) because I lack good solid coping skills for when shit hits the fan. The twisted irony (that I actually just realized) is that had I been a little more serious, allowed myself to feel certain things I didn't want to feel and developed those coping skills I wouldn't be a 30 year old teenager. haha. anyhow I've ranted but I guess the bottom line is everything is moderation.

Viva La DIY said...

Yes, moderation! Thanks for the response. ♡♡
Interesting you point out humor as your self defense mechanism to avoid certain feelings. Since I've been the rather serious type I close off being rather stoical, which is no better way of coping cause it lead me down the deep end to utter emptiness inside (tangent I'd rather not go into rn).
Fortunately I'm learning to better stabilize myself, experience and accept feeling. If it were only easier be at a happy medium sooner.
~ sigh ~
♡ Dulce