a few quick reminders:
- that thing you did that was kind of embarrassing and weird, everyone else forgot about that already
- you look fine today, if you can’t notice something on your face standing 6 feet from a mirror then nobody else will either
- if something is out of your control, do not let yourself or anyone else expect you to deal with it alone
- social lives can go through cycles sometimes, if you feel like your friends are all ignoring you for no reason they’re probably just busy with other things
- if you can’t stop thinking about someone or something, find something mentally occupying to do like reading a book or watching a movie. it won’t solve any serious problems but you will feel better
- nothing will always be easy, if you’re trying then that should be good enough for anyone. if it’s not then you’re talking with the wrong people
- never underestimate the importance of going to bed, if it’s dark outside and you feel bad just go to bed and deal with your problems the next day
"Hey, Hummel! Nice kicking in the last game," says Puck as he and Blaine approach him as he’s grabbing things from his locker.
He straightens up, adjusting his letterman jacket.
"Well, it wasn’t my personal best,” says Kurt with a shrug. “But we won.”
Blaine rolls his eyes. “Only because I was busy running touchdowns all night when this loser took a nap.”
Puck rams his shoulder into Blaine. Blaine stumbles forward, laughing, but too small to really take a hit from Puck not to feel it.
"I was guarding your ass all night, pint-size!" protests Puck.
"Whatever, we were on fire last night," says Blaine.
"But like Puckerman said, I was obviously the best on the field," says Kurt.
"Hey, I didn’t say that."
Blaine raises his eyebrow at Kurt. “Oh yeah?” Then he steps in front of Kurt fully, a food on either side of him and crowds into his space. “Wanna prove it?”
'where is the pen i was using like 3 seconds ago' an autobiography i'll never write because i keep losing the pen i was using like 3 seconds ago.