Photo Credit: Shaden, Brooke. The Dream State. Web. 23 Apr. 2014. <http://brookeshaden.com/gallery/?title=the_dream_state>.
Hello readers!! I am back. I am actually in class right now, but I felt like writing, and today is a work day therefore I have the freedom to blog. First of all, I want to thank Katy Perry for her lyrics, A.K.A. the title of this post, and Brooke Shaden for her relevant photograph. This post is all about the transition from a good mood to a bad mood. My Easter weekend was amazing. I was smiling for three days straight, and at one point I was dancing around my house singing “Walking on Sunshine.” Those who know me personally know the person I am describing is a total stranger to them. Have no fear! My “holiday high” did not last long after the sun went down Sunday night. Understand that my good mood did not disappear because I was uncomfortable with being happy. Reality hit me as soon as my schedule returned to normal. I resumed working on mid-term projects, and things were going wrong left and right. Life is not a Hallmark movie. We earn moments of peace by working hard, but life requires more work than relaxation therefore the ratio is far from 50/50. When you are in a good mood, enjoy the happiness. Those are the moments you can cling to when life attacks from all sides.
Chin up readers!
– Lauren Michele :)
“Everybody wants happiness. Nobody wants pain. But you can’t have a rainbow without a little rain.” – Unknown
P.S. I posted four new videos on Youtube yesterday. Check them out: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCic1VLw_OuW2fzDQ88oi_AA/videos
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