Category The Past.
This is not going to be one of those “The Truth About Addicts” posts that people seem so fond of writing. I am not a counselor or any type of specialist, and my opinions on drugs and addiction only come from the past eight years and my own personal experiences (only). I was driven to […]
I went to the main page of my blog a few minutes ago, clicked on ‘random post’ and this little beauty popped up. I am re-posting because it’s kind of perfect for today. For this week. For the year. __________________________October 16th, 2009 “I hate quotations. Tell me what you know.” Okay Emerson, this is what […]
“Well if we take all these things and we bury them fast And we’ll pray that they turn to seeds, to roots and then grass It’d be all right, it’s all right, it’d be easier that way Or if the sky opened up and started pouring rain Like you knew he was trying to start […]
April 01, 2006 Time and time again, I have found myself sitting here. In this spot. Maybe not this exact spot, but here. In front of this computer screen, staring at the keyboard and trying to find the words with which to express my thoughts. Ever since I was a child, I have sat and […]
I once wrote this: There is definitely something to be said about forgiveness, learning, and truly being an adult. Becoming someone that I don’t have to explain, well, that’s pretty fucking cool. The greatest different between that last journal entry and now is that knowing that whatever choices I’m going to make in this lifetime…they […]
“It’s not true. Some have great stories, pretty stories that take place at lakes with boats and friends and noodle salad. Just no one in this car. But, a lot of people, that’s their story. Good times, noodle salad. What makes it so hard is not that you had it bad, but that you’re that […]
I know it’s not the 27th yet, but this post is just too good to wait until tomorrow. I often post things I’ve written in the past, because it’s fun, and I make no apologies today. I wrote this two years ago, during what I fondly call “the beginning of the end”, and I was […]