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How often do you pine over something you know youíll never have?
Iím not considering dreams of tomorrow to be in this category. Iím referring to the truly impossible. I mean, that one thing thatís so far out of your reach that no amount of work or dedication to the process will earn it for you.
More specifically, how often do you fall in love with someone, but you know- deep down- that you have to let go, because theyíll never be yours. You know that holding on to
I can't even pretend to understand what has happened to me over the course of this past year. I was prompted tonight to take a gander at this place. I can't quite explain it. I guess it's the universe reminding of that which is good. I could use some support at this time in my life, as I stand at the threshold of something new and exciting.
The last thing I blogged about here was my emotional, turbulent, and incredibly bratty reaction to my mother cutting me off from what I dared
I'm way too old for this. . .
Do things ever get better between a child an their parents? I mean, do things ever really become ideal?
As a pre-pubescent junior high kid, and even as a high schooler, I never rebelled. Nope, it didn't happen. Was I perfect? Not quite. I was just scared of my dad, and then after my parents divorced when I was 14, I had to put on my big boy pants and basically raise my mother out of her funk. Thank God she wasn't an alcoholic or any
So, I still don't have any ideas. . .
I'm still in a rut, and I don't know how to get out. I've tried every viable solution, and I keep coming up empty. Do things really get any better from here?
I'm homeless, but I don't feel sad. It was easier to walk away from the situation and my old belongings than I ever dreamed possible. I grabbed the few items I knew I would cry over (i.e.- my AFI stuff, and my music library.) Then I walked out the door and never looked back.
It's been an interesting few weeks since. I am currently staying with a friend while I get some funds together to move on with my life. I cherish what little I have left with a greater appreciation, and