You might not think this is addressing to you, but it could be.
Don’t be THAT person. THAT person that is THE fault. You are not in the right place. Your mind is somewhere else. Your heart is confused. Your body is lonely. If you are going to struggle, struggle with a friend. Don’t permit yourself around other depressed, they drag you down with them. Subscribe to strong-willed and good-hearted. Grace your smile and embrace what you have. Don’t give it all up for your cloudy judgment.
Please take care.
“Great minds discuss ideas. Average minds discuss events. Small minds discuss people.”
— Eleanor Roosevelt
FUCKING RELEVANT AS HELL.
The comfort of a kiss came unexpectedly.
I dreamt the caress of her dress.
Feelings are no longer kept inside my head or heart,
but I still got forgotten memories I can’t yet seem to forget or depart from.
Shaking it off doesn’t really make me forget them.
Still years after I seem to dream about her.
“Here’s another writing pet peeve — when folks confuse peak (or peek), and pique. Here’s an example of proper usage: I live in Denver, Colorado, so I have a lovely view of the mountain peaks when I look to the West, but my interest is piqued when I find a good book about world history.
Instead, what I see most commonly is “this really peaked my interest,” or “I thought this would peek your interest.”
This doesn’t trouble me too much when I see it on blogs, mailing lists, and so forth. I’m used to seeing language atrocities there… but it’s just a different story when it’s something from a communications professional, i.e., from a PR person.”