Isn’t it funny how words so small and seemingly insignificant can mean so much to someone?
It really doesn’t take a lot of effort to say that you enjoyed listening to someone play their music or that you’re glad you were able to be roommates with someone. But you never really know what small sentence will mean the world to someone. As a friend of mine once said after paying me a compliment that I still remember, “I’m glad I could strike such a target with so small a dart.” Sometimes a few words will suffice, and those few words hold so much power!
“When trouble strikes, head to the library. You will either be able to solve the problem, or simply have something to read as the world crashes down around you.”
— Lemony Snicket
Look out to the future,
But it tells you nothing.
So take another breath.
What they did to me was wrong, and it’s normal that I feel hurt and angry.
What they did was not my fault—it was theirs.
I deserve to be treated better than how they treated me.
Why is that so hard for me to believe?
I shall be participating this year. As such, I most likely will not be posting here much for the month of November.
See you in December!
Also: feel free to join me! Go to http://nanowrimo.org/, make a profile, and start writing! It’s not too late!
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