Today is a very special day. Why? You may ask. Simply because it is a very special person’s 21st birthday today. Who’s that? Vivian Vivikins KhaKharoach Khaballs KHAboom Kha. That’s who.
Although she claims to have no heart, she is one of the most loving, caring and thoughtful people you could ever meet. And she’s a huge softie deep down inside. She’s one of the most genuine people I know— genuinely nas nas and genuinely cray cray. :P Just kidding (kind of). She has such a huge heart and it has been an honor and blessing to be her Big. If you ask anyone in UCSD’s CKI, they’ll tell you that Vivian Kha is one of the greatest people alive on this planet, because she really is. The first night we met, she threw up on me. I knew from that moment we would be really good friends. :P Over the past two and a half years I have watched her grow from a young freshman to a mature and motherly junior. It’s been an inspiration watching her learn and grow and I truly admire her ability to care for, and love, pretty much everyone she meets.
Vivikins— I’m so excited that you’re finally 21 (because now you can join all of us “old” people). I hope that you enjoy your day to the fullest! You truly deserve to have the best birthday ever. I cannot wait to celebrate with you in Vegas. Get your liver ready. ;)
Love, respect and care for you, more than you know. Happy 21st Birthday, Little.♥
Thanks Keiko! I am so glad to have you as my big :) We’ve come a long way.. but I am probably going to throwup on you at Vegas if you try anything. :) And when I saw I learn from the best, I mean it ;) But I mean the good traits as well…
Because eventually even they’ll get tired of jumping through all your hoops. Sometimes you just have to have faith. You just need to let go and believe that the people that you call your friends can help catch you when you fall and bring you back on your feet. But friendship isn’t a one way street. One side needs to push and the other side needs to pull. And if there’s no one there to catch then perhaps it is time to start reevaluating how you treat the people that you call your friends.