I would have to say more time too, but more specifically, more time to be able to spend with my friends. It seems that these days I have less time to spend with many of some of my greatest friends, now that I'm in college.
Crossing animals since 2003.
Honestly, I am very grateful for how my life has really improved over the last two years and for the people that helped me through it. It makes me even more appreciative for all that I have, in addition to being a caretaker for someone who has also really battled through life despite a rough childhood and dealing with fibromyalgia as her main disease now. Seeing and helping her each day, and becoming best friends with her has really opened my eyes to several important life lessons.
To really answer the question, though, I'd would change the fact that I don't have a job currently. The dozens of applications I'm doing a week is draining, discouraging, and tries to worsen my depression. The job would ensure that I can definitely continue college and better support myself.
Hi strangers... former scout here just being a ghost from time to time...
Never let anyone stop you from being who you truly are. <3
Call it a first world problem if you will, but to have a laptop with a solid internet connection would be great. When I can't connect from my room, I'll have to walk around my apartment, and sometimes around the street for a simple internet connection. And with an auto correct loving tablet, I keep on sounding like a fool. Not fun at all. xP
I'm scared but if my heart's gonna break before the night will end
I said, ooh, ooh we're in danger. Sleeping with a friend~