Well after a long hiatus, I have a new entry. When you read this, don’t feel concerned for me, I am fine. I was only thinking of this because I was giving advice to a dear friend.
People wonder why after a break up, it takes so much longer for themselves to recover. Why is it that there ex seems so much happier? Or that they have already moved on and might be in a new relationship.
Well the heart almost never breaks even. One person will end up with the bigger side, the bigger piece of a broken heart. I like to believe that this is the person who gave all their heart in a relationship. They truly cared about the other person and it seems like they cannot recover. Well it will take more time for that big heart to heal, and when it does it will be even better than before.
So if you find yourself asking why you can’t move on…or why can’t you just be happy. It’s because you have a big heart, you’re a good person with a lot of love to give. You will find it again some day and that ex of yours, their heart is barely a scrap of turkey left over from Thanksgiving.( side note I love thanksgiving) Just give your BIG heart some time to heal, I promise it will. We all wonder what could of happened if things were different in our past relationships, our what if moments. When we continue to think of those moments, they often cloud things that are better for and maybe right in front of us.
I know in the past I have talked a lot about the Journey of Hope, well now is your chance to help!
I am heading back on the Journey(again) this summer. Please make a donation in any amount to my profile page!
Remember the only disability in the world is a bad attitude.
There is a day, at the end of the summer, when the humid air is with you at dawn. You look as the sun rises and realize this is not an ordinary day.
There is a day where you have come over 4,000 miles from the western shores of the United States and look up to our nations capital.
There is a day when you may be torn between reuniting with friends and walking away from your teammates.
There is a day, no matter how tough you are, your eyes will glisten. It happens to all of us.
There is day when you finally get home and unpack your Thule bag, then you realize that you just want to go back.
There is a day where a single song comes on the radio and it makes you smile or sends goosebumps down your body.
And there is day when the little girl in the wheel-chair or the boy with down syndrome just fills your heart with content.
This day you have given so much and received even more back. This day you are a Pi Alpha.
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