Rachel, if you are reading this, for what it’s worth, I’m so very proud of you.
I excitedly texted a quick greeting and made some kind of comment along the lines of “tell me about him”. I was certain that she found somebody and just stopped texting me, but, hoped it was not because of jealousy. But when she responded, she didn’t respond.
When people tell you that you cannot be something, achieve something, or accomplish something, it seems to me that there are two good ways to handle it.
it was an important lesson for me to trust in myself, or at least double-check, if something seems amiss
Getting over the feeling of being “worthy” is probably one of the most difficult hurdles in a new project.
We, all of us, have a habit of looking at the impurities in ourselves, the flaws, those things we don’t like, and hope others don’t notice, and yet, we all have the capacity to glow. For some of us, it’s our hearts that shine forth for our loved ones in undying kindness and effort.
My little family seems to keep growing. But let’s start this story at the beginning, with peanuts.
This is where the Swearese came in as he fricking bachin rafkin flipped the igging ackin frackin door over and measured out a new jarkin jerkin jorking line and grabbed his brankin bolkin brinkin handsaw and sawed the glarbin gribin grapin bottom off again.
no matter how difficult, tedious or convoluted it might seem, I know that she has done more.
Thank you, each and every one of you, who have served bravely, proudly, and ethically to protect the rights and freedoms of everyone.