May 19, 2012

Happy Endings

Let me start off by saying that I am a teenage girl. I'm turning 15 in a few days. But I am one of those girls who'd rather stay in bed, reading her favorite book, than going out with my friends or partying or whatever. Honestly, there are times when I'd rather live like the character in the books than in my life right now.

Do you want to know why? It's because in a lot of books, or at least in the books that I read, there is always a happy ending. Always. And to be honest, there are times that when I'm reading a book, I get depressed because I wonder, will I ever have a happy ending like Katniss did in The Hunger Games? Or like Percy Jackson did in the Percy Jackson and the Olympians series? Or will I ever find my Personal Legend like Santiago in The Alchemist?

But reading books also taught me that to fulfill my dream, to find happiness, I have to act. Katniss wasn't able to survive and fight in The Hunger Games if she didn't stay true to who she was. Percy Jackson wasn't able to defeat Kronos if he didn't fight for what he thought was right. And Santiago wasn't able to find his Personal Legend if he didn't travel to where he wanted to go and listened to the omens.

All I'm saying is that maybe we can all have our happy endings one day. We'll have to go through hardships and pain, that's for sure, but I think, one way or another, we all DESERVE to be happy. And we all CAN be happy.

They say that your destiny is already written for you, but sometimes you have to just grab a pen and be your own author.


  1. You have such a beautiful voice, I can't wait to read more of your posts :)

    1. Aww! Thanks so much! :) That really means a lot. I'll write some more once I have time. :)

  2. For someone so young you sure have a lot of wisdom!

    I love this line: "They say that your destiny is already written for you, but sometimes you have to just grab a pen and be your own author."

    1. Thanks! :) I read a lot and I love writing so I guess that's why I somehow don't sound my age...

  3. Stay just the way you are!
    Reading a book is a better way to get fulfillment out of life and expand your mind than any partying you could ever do.
    you sound so mature!
    Keep reading and writing!
    And Dani, your lola will always be watching over you. she will see you graduate and everything else.
    You will be with her again one day but not any time soon!
    There is much to see and gain from your life ahead.
    Enjoy it as much as you can for her!

    1. Thank you for that! I'll do my best in everything and I'll keep reading and writing for her. Thanks for what you said about my grandmother. It means a lot. :)