never had nothing
very grateful for my father.
three things about me i think are crucial to what i've been creating.
i turned 19 this year, and i'd like to think i've matured a lot. i have reconsidered a lot in my life due to recent events, and just a lot of time on my own rethinking my past. i used to always envy those who had money, who lived in nicer areas than us, who always got the things i wanted and wished for. now that im older i obviously would never go back and change a single thing. the hardships my family fought through financially and personally shaped me into who i am today. i wish for kids out there to understand that money doesn't define you, you don't need to be ashamed of the home you come from. appreciate the little things more. i can only hope that every birthday i am gifted with a note on the fridge, my face in a cake, and the immense love of my family. and even though i have figured all that out, so many things in my life and past still disrupt me. number nineteen and it still don't make sense. i never had money, but i never had nothing.