Jennifer posted on her Twitter, “Hey guys, started a blog just to get some of the words out of my head and onto some type of format.”
On December 27th she wrote:
It’s repetition every day. Sometimes the details change, but we are creatures that eventually settle into a routine. Why do we have to be these scheduled organisms, coasting on a lifetime of things to be done that amount to little? You go to bed night after night with that same empty feeling of another day wasted. Yet was it completely thrown to the wolves? Was there a moment where you stopped and noticed the mostly unnoticed? Was there a moment you smiled or laughed? These are not reactions of atrophy. These are the seconds a life is built on. Sure, it seems insignificant. In the “insignificance” there is everything. We however as moving particles all pieced together, are not naturally apt for appreciation. There are those that try. Those that should be applauded for not succumbing to the hindrance that comes with our preprogramming. All our wiring leads the focus to what has yet to be. What “needs” to be. We fight, we try. That’s all we can do: be forever in a dual with ourselves to make the most of what’s in front of us. Not a mile, but an inch ahead.