When you think about me, I hope you remember how much I loved you, how much I was willing to do for you. I want you to remember that I gave you all that I could, and you still didn’t think it was enough.
October 5th will always come. More years will go by, and it will still show up. It will still remind me of what I went through, and that’s okay. It will also remind me that I am a survivor. That I have the ability and strength to make it through whatever situation comes my way.
In some strange, bizarre, crazy, fucked up way…. I learned who I am. I learned that I am so much stronger than I ever thought possible. I learned that I can endure some of the greatest pain and still come out of it alive. I learned that I have a spirit that cannot be crushed by the cruelty of others.
Thank you for knowing what I need, sometimes before I do. I’ve always thought that our unspoken connection is one of the best and most unique parts of our relationship.
If there is one person that I wish I could give all the happiness in the world to, it’s my best friend. She is the peanut butter to my jelly, the Buzz to my Woody, the Monica to my Rachel. She’s my partner in crime and lady love for the rest of eternity. She makes… Continue reading A Letter to My Best Friend’s Boyfriend
I think it’s funny how people make plans. We all do it. Plans for our careers, our families, our relationships. It’s funny because, very rarely do they ever play out the way we expect them to. We can make all of the plans we want, but sometimes the universe has a different idea.