I would like to formally apologize for not posting in ages. I have been super duper sick lately (the stomach flu and regular flu has been going around here at school). So I’ve had to deal with doctors, medications, and throw up bags for the past week and a half. It hasn’t been pleasant but I did learn a couple of things from it. 1. Who you can count on and 2. How to make really, really good chicken noodle soup.
My parents were gracious enough to make the 6 hour trip up to school to take care of me and bring me medicine which meant the world to me. Also, friends here who were so considerate of what I needed. It really made me place things into perspective and value what I had both health wise and people wise. I’m so blessed to have SO many great people care about me.
Two, I made delicious chicken noodle soup the entire time. It was awesome. Oh, and Panera has scrumptious bagels that compliment the taste of my soup.
Well, off I go to finish all the work I missed those days.
With much love and affection,
I hope everyone is had a fabulous weekend! This weekend for me was a very long one because of all the snow we received and we’re only expecting more fluffy, white snow. I’m just so ready for summer to get here. I want the warm sun beaming on my cheeks and tanning my legs as I sit out watching a baseball game. I’m just ready for all the good things that come with summer. Anyway, today’s post is dedicated to those who did us wrong.
I know for a fact, well maybe I shouldn’t say that, that most of us have at some point experienced heartbreak or disappointment from someone we loved or trusted. For example, yesterday I found out that one of my “good” friends is complaining about me to other people that I am very rude and mean to her when all I do is leave her alone. Or when that boyfriend/girlfriend from years past who cheated on you comes back into your life out of no where. I’m sure we can all relate on some level. However, my question to all of you (and I hope I get responses!) is do you think these people deserve second chances? And, if we give them a second chance will things really go back to how they were? Or will that relationship with that person be forever like a crinkled piece of paper; because, no matter how much you smooth it out and try to make it flat the piece of paper will always be marked by the creases that were made. I want to be able to forgive and forget, but in all truth I might forgive but I can never forget.
With all my love and affection,