avoiding #adultproblems

I’m having an “I want to be Meryl Streep day.” It’s a new thing, I made it up.

How does one celebrate this day? It’s quite simple, actually. First I have a sucky day. Then google search images of meryl streep. finally, realize that this is who I want to be.

It is somewhat difficult because our early years of sesame street conditioning have made us think that we would want to be ourselves. You must silence these lies in order to fully celebrate the day in its entirety. No, you don’t want to be yourself. You want to be Meryl Streep and that is the only person you want to be. You can watch ‘The Devil Wears Prada’ or something else of similar quality to remind you of the spirit of the season.

I have had a fine day. J/K this day was mostly unsettling which I should’ve realized when I locked myself out of the house in the morning. Twice in one day, yay.I have come to the realization that the 20s are just not really fun years. They are downright difficult and stressful and unsettling. Mainly, because I just haven’t figured out how to be me and what that means and shit. I keep trying to meditate and figure it out, but its not working. I even read eat, pray, love several times and yet I’m still awkwardly becoming at a galatial speed.

So I’m just speeding this little fun train along and deciding that I want to be Meryl Streep. I want somewhat of her essence and I will model myself after her divine existence. No more of this, be you shizznizzle. Today is Meryl Streep day and I am celebrating wildly.

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One Response to “avoiding #adultproblems”
  1. 20sdiaires says:

    Um. you’re kind of one of our new favorite people. No big deal.

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