Category Archives: Nostalgia

Unlimited Time

My girlfriend and I have been in a long distance relationship for a long time. Along the way, many people have told me how long distance relationships are difficult to manage and sometimes impossible. I won’t say that it was easy to maintain this relationship, but it has definitely taught me to value the time I get to spend with her.

It is only during the summer that we get to spend unlimited time together out of the whole year. So, anytime during the months when I don’t get to see her and feel sad, I think back on all the fun times we had during summer and comfort myself with the memories we made together during those three short months.

I think this summer before my girlfriend leaves for school again, I should use a band-aid to attach her to my side so we can spend all the time together that we want!

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Posted by on May 4, 2011 in Nostalgia


Parents and Wisdom

Now that I’ve been in college for two years, I’ve become very nostalgic about the time when I used to live at home with my parents. While I was at home growing up and living with my parents, I never truly enjoyed the time I spent with my parents and never truly appreciated the things my parents taught me.

Like any other parent and child relationship, my parents and I got into arguments often while I lived at home. Looking back now, I have enough maturity to finally understand why my parents wouldn’t let me go to a friend’s house or go out to certain events, and many other decisions that my parents made that I couldn’t understand at the time.

For all the times I argued back to my parents and showed them attitude when they just tried to show me wisdom, I am truly sorry. Now that I’m living on my own, I’ve become nostalgic for the times that my parents gave me wisdom to make good decisions. Now I’m on my own and have to handle life decisions on my own (which is nice sometimes); sometimes I just miss the wisdom of my parents.

So, to patch up for all the times I’ve hurt my parents with my words or actions, I want to put a band-aid over all of them!

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Posted by on May 4, 2011 in Nostalgia


holding down memories

I really like looking back into the past and remembering things from my childhood. One of my most nostalgic moments while growing up was the time I spent with my friends playing sports outside after school. I remember having a lot of fun running around and kicking a soccer ball around on a hot afternoon day or just shooting baskets after school on a windy day.

The thing is, I don’t remember some of the people I played sports with when I was younger. Life has a way of making you forget things in the past after all the experiences you go through while growing up. I’d like to remember some of the people I hung out with when I was younger just to get back in touch with them but I honestly can’t remember their names or how they looked.

The adhesive ends of band-aids latch onto the skin so they can stay on while covering a wound. Maybe if I used a band-aid on my brain, I could latch and hold onto a memory in the past so I’ll never have trouble remembering memories again!

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Posted by on May 4, 2011 in Nostalgia


Project 54!

So about 2 weeks ago, ┬ámy friend was attacked by an alligator and severely injured his leg…just kidding. He actually just tripped and fell on a glass table in the living room, but he prefers the alligator story. So he basically demolished his leg and cut up his skin all the way into his muscles and needed about gazillion stitches to patch up his leg. The doctors gave him Percocet to relieve the excruciating pain he was in. As a good friend of Mike, I thought I needed to make a contribution myself. So, I put a Band – Aid on him. I hope it helps Mike.

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Posted by on January 27, 2011 in Nostalgia