I Miss Going To Blockbuster

I miss piling up in the car with my siblings. I miss arguing in the car about which movie we should get until my mom announces we can each pick one. I miss walking through the doors and thinking there has to be a million movies in here. I miss running my finger down the row as I browsed the titles trying to decide what movie to pick. I miss stopping to pick up the pizza on the way home. I miss gathering around as a family and fighting over which movie to watch first. I miss watching my dad going to put in the VHS. I miss the excitement when you got a movie that you could keep for a week as apposed to just 3 days.

But now there no aisle to browse. There’s no endless rows of movies just waiting to be watched. There’s no getting up to put in the VHS or the DVD. There’s no return date. Now we have a million movies at our fingertips. Which is really nice but, sometimes I still miss going to Blockbuster.


Quote of the Week

Hello my lovely Royals! Sorry I’ve been kind of AWOL lately. The second half of this semester just got so crazy and I have not had time to post. But now I’m back and better than ever!! So here it is this weeks Quote of The Week, enjoy! 🙂

I’ve been working really hard to do this lately. I have also been trying to stop apologizing for things that are not my fault. Our generation, we are the generation that apologizes too much and can’t say no. We feel like we owe everyone something. We can’t just say no, because we feel as if we always need to explain ourselves. But this is me right now telling you: you don’t owe anyone anything, and you don’t have to explain yourself. The truth is 9 times out of 10 just saying no is enough of an answer. So try and break this habit of saying no with an explanation, and learn how to just say no.