30 Day Blog Challenge: Day 20

blog challenge day 20

Here’s the thing with this day. I don’t pick days, I don’t focus on days, mostly because I really believe that there is good and bad in everyday. I also couldn’t just go in my life and pick a single greatest day. I also believe that our memories do this thing where we really only tend to focus on the good things.

I’m 20 and I’ve had a lot of great moments- like the beach last week, I definitely think that’s something that I’m going to remember for a really long time. Our mind are always really going to focus on what happened that was good, at least for me. This is why I think so highly of people who are in my past- I forget what they did wrong and the reasons they’re in my past until I really think about it and I tend to really focus on the good.

I could easily tell you the worst two days of my life: when Hannah left for Ethiopia and when my Grandmom died. However, the best day of my life is hard to pinpoint because so many great things have happened to me, there are so many great memories I could focus on.

I’ve had so many great moments in my life I don’t want to focus on any specific memory or day that I would consider the best… Maybe one day I’ll get married or have kids and I’ll be able to do that. At this point I have a lot of perfect memories, not a perfect day that I can think of off the top of my head. I can’t complain about that though. I’m really okay with not having a best day of my life, I really like having a lot of really great days.

What about you guys?



One thought on “30 Day Blog Challenge: Day 20

  1. gettingthroughanxiety March 15, 2015 / 11:28 am

    It’s funny how we remember the worst days but not the best. My grandma dying was also one of the worst days I’ve ever had. I think a lot of my worst days also had to do when my anxiety was really bad. Some of my “best days” have been when my anxiety wasn’t bad or when I accomplished some of my goals and when I won my rabbit at the carnival (another worst day was when she died),

    You raise a good point. I think we experience so many good times that it’s hard to pinpoint our “best days”. I mean some stick out to us like when I won my rabbit, had anxiety-free days or when it wasn’t as bad. Also, when I went to my first concert and other concerts. However, I think that it’s hard to pinpoint because there are so many good moments that we can’t always remember when they occurred. It’s unfortunate that the bad times stick out more to us, but maybe that’s also good because it means we’ve experienced so much good we can’t remember the exact times…? What do you think?

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