Some people are blessed with the gift of acting more mature than what they are. Take my best friend of eight years and until recently my ex-roommate, Hailey, for example; she has her college degree in nursing, she has her own car, she is looking for a good man to marry and she just moved out of our apartment (down the hall, thank goodness because I would still need my late night ranting partner nearby). She has her life together by thirty, I’m pretty envious! I, on the other hand, am a free-spirit and super hardheaded. I’m afraid of commitment, terrified of failing in life and not being able to survive on my own. Don’t get me wrong, Hailey had to fall flat on her face a couple of times but she got back up and dusted herself off and went back on with her life. If I would have fell as hard as she did, I would have to have a ambulance, my mommy and a whole staff of doctors to get my life back on track.
So, what do you do when your stuck in Neverland? Yes, I’m very aware I have to grow up soon because she would always cook for me (because I’m not so good) and she would also deep clean the apartment , while I just lightly cleaned. I can’t live my whole life with someone always taking care of me, I need to wake up and start caring for myself. When will that be? When I fall on my butt hard enough and can’t do anything but pull myself back up. It shouldn’t get to that point, but it will eventually and I want to be as ready as a Louisianan who just got a Winter Storm Warning.
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