I don’t know about you, but I always seem to get caught up in my own little world, a world that always seems to rupture when faced with adversity, cheers to the rude awakenings and the life of a asshole.
It is amazing how Life has such a magnificent tendency to equivocally end up feeling like a Disney movie. Could this be a symptom of childhood propaganda? Perhaps.. but who cares! I sure don’t, but Allison Redford probably does. Man she would love to regulate Disney and their influences…. socialists…… grrr……
Now don’t get me wrong I am not here to talk about the greatest assortment of feel good movies ever made or to preach some of grandma Willows (Pocahontas) wisdom. But its those maliciously consuming moments: like when we almost lose our favorite toys from the epic Toy Story trilogy as they are to be consumed by a fury of flames, or the numerous times Aladdin gets chased for stealing that loaf of bread, or even the day you get t-boned at a sketchy intersection and the insurance companies write off your first car as they put the claim 100% against you and begin there infinite pursuit at your wallet….. that establish the fact that the face of adversity is truly a f*king b*tch that can’t even keep its homicidal bad luck issues out of our beloved Disney movies, let alone my life.
I have relized, we need her nonetheless. You see, currently I am poor, broke, and attempting to start working two jobs on top of school all the while with no car :p. My life has snowballed from a Disney movie to a train wreck if I ever saw one. Yesterday I was livid, but today my back stopped shooting vivid pain induced shocks throughout my body, and that concussed daze went away and I legitimately feel like I have grown as a person through this confrontation with lady adversity.
Now, it is easy to forget the famous words, Saturday Always Comes but we must not let ourselves forget their meaning. Some of you have probably been asking yourself what the hell do they even mean, well let’s take it in context. Life isn’t always a Disney movie that would be to easy, instead we will forever have struggles within our lives to bring our conscience out of our own little worlds and back to reality. In essence, no matter how hard things get or how blown up your car is, life will always be filled with those Disney days. You see, Saturday Always Comes.