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The Extreme Sport of Surviving.

By on January 23, 2022

Holy shit!

Where do I even begin.

Have the years been kind to me since the devastation I felt of losing friendships back in my last post? Was it even about losing friendships? I don’t even remember much anymore and I’m not exactly primed to thread back into that part of my life. A few of you may be thriving (honestly, what ritual, satanic or otherwise, did you perform because this girl needs it). While some of us are stuck in the pre-summer of 2020 still in full disbelief and maybe quite hopeful that a few weeks down, we’d all be back booking tickets to our next beach destination.

What kind of cherry flavored fairytale were we all smoking? Hope really is a double-edged sword.

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Love & Life

On Being Everyone’s Friend

By on October 31, 2016

I had a realization tonight. I am everyone’s friend but not their best. And I am okay with that. Or I used to be.

I’ve had bouts of loneliness these past couple of months. Loneliness that was triggered by a misunderstanding on my 30th birthday. It made me question things about certain friendships. Things that were only in the back of my head that I’ve been trying to ignore until tonight.

I’d like to think I am a good friend. While I’m not the type to be on messenger with you 24/7, I can honestly say if you text me at 2AM and need me somewhere, I will do my best to be there.

I don’t begrudge my friends for having lives of their own. I’ve never been the type to get jealous about friends having other set of friends. It never occurred to me to be jealous because when you’re past 20, having a job of your own and exploring possibilities, you’re bound to meet more people and make connections.

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