I heard a statement about relationships once. “If you carry bricks from your past relationship to your new one, you’ll only build the same house.” Or something like that. The point I took from it being: if you carry fears or doubts or struggles or issues from your past relationships around with you, you’ll be … More Trust
The oldest lesson I can think of: Don’t judge a book by its cover. (or maybe the second oldest, after “Treat others the way you want to be treated.” A topic i think I’ve visited before. We should treat others the way they want to be treated; but never mind that). Don’t judge a book … More “Don’t judge a book by its cover.”
Update: now playing Taylor Swift – Dear John & never getting married. .xo.
I have always been very one-track minded. I wouldn’t say that it is my best trait, or even a good trait, but it’s a trait that I have grown to admit I possess. It doesn’t matter if it’s something small, like wanting to try a new iced coffee from Starbucks, or something big like redecorating my … More Pump the brakes.
For the last year, give or take, I have been very skeptical of love. I have been a non-believer. Jaded. Completely bitter and kind of obnoxious to be around. I have been witness to too many men acting like utter pigs. Sex hungry, non-emotional, lying, cheating, scoundrels. I have been witness to cheating, flirty, unhappy, … More Ya hypocrite.
Tonight, I put music on the AppleTV. & I caught myself skipping down the hallway. I was headed to undo my bed, brush my teeth, and blow dry my hair. Mundane tasks. But the songs that were playing made me want to skip, and sing, and dance, and cry. Happy tears. I remember what its … More Dancing in the living room.
Tonight I’m another year older. Tonight I’m another year wiser. So tonight, I have a few things to say. I don’t know if this will make sense to anyone else reading, but I have to remember my blog is an outlet for me (thanks Meghan, for that reminder). So, to myself, I say: You’re twenty-eight. … More .[twenty-eight].