05 September 2011

I really miss blogging.

And I'm going to try and get back into the swing of things.
My life has been one big rollercoaster ride after another, I just haven't had time to sit and think!
But I think about blogging all the time.
And what my next post is going to be about.
And hopefully, now that I'm functioning properly once again, I will be able to bring beautiful posts back into your lives! Aren't you excited? I know, me too.

Thank you to all of you who commented on my post last week, it feels so good to know that you guys care.
I guess I should finish the rest of my story.

I was pretty much a mess the entire week after the break up.
I couldn't eat. I couldn't be around people. I couldn't talk.
I felt all week that I hadn't gotten the chance to have my say on things. To tell him he was wrong and that I knew it was true in my heart.
That Sunday I got that chance.
I went to his house and told him everything that I had been keeping from him all week.
The answer from him was a resounding no. This isn't going to happen.
I cried, I left, for church.

On my way to church I felt an overwhelming calm come over me, a comforting feeling.
I haven't cried since.


  1. :(

    I'm glad to hear you haven't cried since, but break ups are hard and I know it still hurts. The best thing you can do is keep doing YOU. Spend some time for yourself doing what you love and I'm sure you'll be able to fill at least a tiny bit of his void in your life. Love you girlie and I'm always here to talk! <3

  2. After many random clicks on blogs, I landed myself here. I read a few posts... maybe more than a few & as I read your words, i saw myself not all that long ago.[my dad also struggled with alcohol(& drugs)and i went through a breakup with a boyfriend i'd been with for 5 years) I've been right there, love. I hope that you are able to grow and learn and be strong FOR YOU and no one else through all of this break up crud. Thinking about you!

    p.s. Could you be any cuter?

  3. Break ups are so hard. I'm glad you got the confirmation that everything is going to be okay. When I met my husband that is when it clicked for me.