Growing Up

The college years pass by faster than a shooting star. They are the days when you’re supposed to be figuring out what to do for the rest of your life in just four short years or so.

The time has flown by and after changing my mind over, and over, and over again about what I want to do, I’m still pretty sure I haven’t got a clue. People say, though, that college is just a place to prove that you can actually dedicate yourself to accomplishing something. Which is true.

I’m on my final year of school and I cannot wait to graduate with my bachelors in advertising.

One thing that college has taught me, aside from the ins and outs of advertising, is perseverance. It has also provided me with insight into what I’m looking for in life. Not necessarily what I want to be doing, more so where I want to be at after I graduate, and more about the type of person I am.

Thank you college for teaching me about all aspects of life and for helping me to grow. I’m so grateful for this experience.

Spot On

The Perks of Being a Wallflower is going down in my book as one of the best movies of all time.  Maybe that’s because I also read the book so seeing the movie manifested the story to life to make it more real.

The book, The Perks of Being a Wallflower, is the type of book they should be handing out in high school English classes.

Above all, the movie and its cast were fantastic! The writer, Stephen Chbosky, wrote the movies screenplay and directed it as well.

I’ve never felt so connected and moved by a movie before.  This was a first.

Obsessed with this video and song together!

Rain On

Rainy Sundays are so symbolic.  It’s like washing away the sins of Friday and Saturday night.

Ebb and Flow

Burning out. Airless fire.

Summer’s end. Fall’s beginning.

A dying heart gives up the ghost.

Love is but a passing season.

About Me

Amber P.

Experiencer, Innovator, Dreamer, Thinker, Nerdist, Visionary Rebel (TM).

Favorite Quote

"Be open to giving and receiving, it completes the cycle of abundance." “Follow your bliss and the universe will open doors for you where there were only walls.”

-Karen Luniw & Joseph Campbell