Summer Days And What To Do With Them

Some tips to enjoy the holiday! 🙂

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This’ll be a pretty straightforward one, so sit back, relax, and (hopefully) enjoy! Over here in the Pacific Northwest, the days have been getting significantly longer and people have been complaining less and less about the all-too-familiar Washington rain. I can’t complain one bit. The state’s beautiful with terrible weather, so you can imagine how things go when the clouds decide to stay home.

So this is only my second post here, but if there’s one thing you know about me, it’s that I love trying new things. Therefore, I’m not gonna sit here and tell you to go on a hike or hit the beaches. Literally, everybody and their mother knows what to do on a sunny day. However, if you’ve never been to a certain view or splashed around at a certain beach, by all means, go there. No plans, though? I’ve got you covered.

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Observation vs Reality

As a person, I am someone who prefers to observe the situation first before making any move. Ever since I was a kid, before I decided to be friends with anyone, I will keep an eye on that particular human being and see what sparks my interest. If after going throughmagnifying-glass-203x300 all my judgment, he/she is not a harmful person, then why not be friends.

You know not everyone could be friends with every single person they have met, and I am one of them. Let’s say when I’m filtering your attitude and manner and actions then I find out that you did something that I don’t particularly agree with, then I will take a step back to re-evaluate what have happened. If you are doing something that could turn over the table, then let’s talk so I will be able to know you better!

Sounds so weird, geeky and very judgmental? Ah well, that’s your own judgment and conclusion. To me, that’s just because I am trying to be careful and to protect myself from harmful pieces of stuff.

Alrighty-o so why do I want to talk about observation?

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