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I’m not going to rip on someone for being a bad friend. Well, not someone else anyway. The bad friend is me. I’m distracted and disappointed. I’m exhausted and restless. I feel so much like I need a friend, yet … Continue reading
Does this ever happen to you? It happens to me a lot. It starts with feeling sad for no particular reason. Then I feel better for no particular reason. Then my head starts repeatedly reminding me of things to be … Continue reading
I have realized something I should have seen long ago. I don’t know who I am. Maybe I did when I was five… running in the sun, swinging and climbing… playing silly games. Or was I just trying to be … Continue reading
Please do skip over this if you don’t want to read about what I wrote HERE. And again… I might not leave this post up because, really, how much can people take? I can’t even take it anymore… I’m so … Continue reading
Today is a bad day. There are too many things bothering me. I can’t smile. I can’t eat. I can’t do much of anything. I know most of the things bothering me are out of my control, but it doesn’t … Continue reading
This morning I woke up with a feeling of overwhelming sadness. I don’t know the reason… not specifically. I just have the usual things worrying me. The only difference is that (1) I had to go to my in-laws this … Continue reading
Maybe I’m just a hater of all traditions. No… just the ones I think are stupid. Just the ones I think people subscribe to only because they think they’re supposed to. Like New Year’s resolutions. What do people do? Save … Continue reading
Christmas, I mean. It’s over. Thank fucking god. (No religious disrespect intended.) Goodbye, Santa. (I’m still hoping you’ll come through for me…) Goodbye, extra financial stress. (Now back to regular financial stress.) Goodbye, ridiculous crowds in my face everywhere. Goodbye, … Continue reading