Good riddance: the even more jejemon days of Danielle Cuevas

Back in 2008, when I was still a jejemon high schooler, I kept this blog in LJ and continued updating it until late 2010. I totally forgot about its existence until just a couple of hours ago when I  was reminded about certain blogs I still follow. Since I’m not in the mood to face reality and do actually important stuff, I visited my poor old blog and only to realize, to my disappointment… I was even more stupid than I thought I was. But not like ‘why did I think about that – what was I thinking?!?!’ it was more of a ‘why did I miss that sort of hint? why didnt I think about that?’

I want to explain things and elaborate how I felt but as you all know, I’m not good at this kind of thing. The bottom line is that I was able to finally, delete my old blog which contained quite a number of memorable stories, faces of people I spent some years with,  foolish thoughts of a young adult and much more. By that I mean much trouble too. God why was I even so insensitive?

I moved on. It’s quite funny that the things I was super fond of, I lost my interest with. Due to space, time, intentions and fate, I hear less if not none from the people I used to care about too. I don’t feel bad about it but I’m really thankful our paths met. Even just for a while.

There are quite a number of people who knew me during my craziest years so far. I’m sure they didn’t have any good impressions on me but I hope, you kinda figured out it’s just who I’ve been. I’m still the same  person but however I was back then’s kinda unlike me now. At least a part of the ‘who I think I am’ thing.

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3 thoughts on “Good riddance: the even more jejemon days of Danielle Cuevas

  1. I felt the same way about my old blogs too. I had the constant thought of, “did I really write this???” Mine got deleted as I was moving hosts though. Deleting your old LJ sounds like a good way to move forward and start fresh!

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