Planned a pretty awesome night out that I almost canceled due to frustration. While no one is to blame or responsibly solely for this potential cancellation, it’s aggravating none the less. Thankfully, better judgment prevailed…. And that I really need a night out for my sanity.
I was doing some cleaning up while trying to track down something in my house and came across quite a few things from my past. These things included (but not limited to) journals, pictures, ticket stubs, notes and cards. I took the time to really look through every single one of them and relived the memories and moments attached to each item. I was reminded of all the great things I’ve done for others, how I’ve impacted those close to me, and how I such great times.
I always say to not dwell on the past and rather focus on the future, but from time to time it’s good to look at brought us to where we are today. So to everyone I may have had the pleasure of knowing, from baristas & cashiers to friends and significant others..
… Thank you. You’ve shaped who I am and I can only hope my impact on your life/day was just as helpful.
Nothing makes you feel little then being told of your short comings in a general fashion. Apparently my family has a skill in ninja insults and can really get under my skin with their comments / remarks.
YES, I realize <Situation A> is/has happened! It happened to me so clearly I am aware of this and don’t need to be reminded of this.
Stuck in the area for the time being since my laundry is being done, but then I’m out to clear my head.
While every chapter of our lives have their titles, so too do our lives soundtrack have their songs. In my current stage in life, the title I best think represents it is “Goodbye, Goodbye” by Teagan & Sara. The lyrics really stand out to me as truth in the form of song, and it’s a much better song that doesn’t directly affect my emotions (I just agree with it).