The Two Kinds Of Bitches

There are two kinds of bitches in this world. There are the “F*** you” kind of bitches, whom nobody cares for. And then there are the “Thank God you exist, because you are the perfect bitch, at the right time, in the right place, and for the right reasons”. Those people are blessings in disguise. They will be the first ones to help you whenever you fall, because they believe in compassion and giving back to others. They will be the first to knock you down when you step a single foot out of line because they also believe in justice and fairness. Those people are blessings and it is those kinds of people whom I strive to be like.

You’ve probably never heard somebody put the world in that kind of perspective before, and if you have, remember, you heard it from me first.

So I guess now would be a good time for me to introduce myself. My name is Hailey, commonly known as Hails.

From my vantage point, the world is like a big chocolate chip cookie…and I’m one of those chocolate chips.

Just kidding.

Just kidding.

Totally joking right there.

I actually believe the opposite. I have come to the somewhat harsh, but truthful, realization that I am just an everyday “normal” going through life in the huge universe like the rest of you 7.2 billion people.

With that said, the most interesting thing I have to say about myself for now, is that I am normal. O.k., so maybe that’s not exactly interesting – what I should say is that that is the most important thing about me right now.

It’s important because at this moment I am a college student, just like the other 20 some million college students in the U.S., and just like those other 20 some million college students, I am at a pivotal point in my life. I am experiencing changes in my interests, changes in my body, emotions, self-image. I am doing things I never thought I would ever do, and not doing things I always thought I would do.

The point of all this, is that as I am experiencing all of these changes, so are the other 20 some million college students in the U.S. This is important because during times of personal change, the road is rarely smooth, and it is easy to become bogged down by the thought that you are the only one going through the mess you’re going through. It is important to realize that you are never the first one, nor will you be the last, to have this problem. It is important to realize that you’re normal.

This is the first blog post I’ve ever done and I wanted to make it short and sweet. I don’t know exactly how this whole blogging thing is going to go, but for now I’m enjoying the thought of being able to share my two cents (whether you asked for it or not).

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