How many times has one “walked away” from you? Perhaps a friend, or companion. Walking away not only unsettles us, but it also gets us thinking who we are as a person just isn’t good enough for anyone. Why should it matter if I’m “good” enough for you? I had no idea there was a set of standards to establish a friendship in any way. You know, ages ago I would’ve had a COMPLETELY different list of who the most influential people in my life are. It goes to say we all change, we need change. We can’t constantly settle down, but we must find a way to change. I personally think I changed for the better. I worship God, take part in my church, and I play music. How can life be any better than that? Oh yeah, the fact that everyone that thought it was odd for me to worship God pretty much left me behind because it wasn’t what they were into. I wasn’t into your habits of drinking and smoking, but I didn’t take you out of my life, why should me worshiping my lord make you have a different look on me? This is my first ever blog (on Tumblr, I had a few back when Myspace was still big!). I guess I just started writing this because at the moment, I’m listening to The Black Keys and they got me thinking about walking out. People have walked out on me, but people have walked in on my life as well. Anyone that I attend church with I think extremely highly about. Without them, it wouldn’t be so easy for me to worship, I’d be out of place. As well, I’d like to thank Brian Briggs and Andrew Gayfield for really helping me become a much better person today. To sum up this extremely boring and non-educational blog, although people may walk away from you, for what ever reason, you will always have someone who will walk into your life. It will be magnificent, as my life is currently.