How does one stay calm when they are on the brink of destruction,
the point of no return,
when the button has just been pushed to many times and it finally doesn’t spring back?
How does one hold their tongue,
When there is so much to say,
When you know if you say it,
Things may not work out as well if you don’t say it?
How does one get over the questions the,
“should I have done this or that”, or
“What might’ve happened if I’ve done it this way”.
How does one stop these thoughts,
From pooling in their head,
Spoiling all the good thoughts,
All of the cheery feelings that lie within?
How is it possible for us to go on?
The people we are with gives us strength,
They give us hope,
Everything happens when it does,
And it happens for a reason.
The people we surround ourselves,
They give us the power to know,
The knowledge of right from wrong.
It may not be the same to others,
But we learn from our mistakes,
And either correct them or live with them.
I’m gone for fucking three weeks, get a call, my sister needs to use my car cuz her starter when out. Fine. When I come back though I expect it to look exactly how it did. But does it? HEELLL nooo, there’s fucking McDonalds wrappers and bags all over, coffee cups, dishes. WTF I said you could use it, not live in it.
On my way home from a long 3 weeks of training. Now it’s time for a 3 hour hot and sweaty plane flight, it won’t be to bad, I’m on a CRJ-700. It certainly will be long though. Can’t wait to see baby again, it’s been to long
People always think that when you sleep together, there’s always something that is happening in between the sheets and the bed. But let me tell you, It’s not always like that. The feeling of actually hugging each other until you fall asleep, the warmth of each other’s breath, and the total happiness in the morning when you wake up right beside him. Everything may sound too good to be true, but sometimes it takes a lot of responsibility and love to be able to be as wholesome as possible. Sleeping with your special someone is one of the most heartwarming experiences you’ll ever have. No nothing, simply hugging and smiling yourself to sleep.