It is easy, I think, to become a victim of your past.
Whether it’s a bad memory, a grudge, a relationship that can’t mend or a broken heart, there’s always a time to let go.
Can I please get an answer to this question?
I always wanted to do everything and excel in everything. I wanted to make people think I was perfect. But when I couldn’t do it all and I couldn’t keep a grip on everything, my life fell apart.
About a decade later, scientists still didn’t know better and went searching for a “nostalgia bone,” thinking they could identify a physical cause for the sentimental feelings of days past. During the two World Wars, “nostalgia” remained a common medical diagnosis among wayward soldiers who tried to abandon the front.
I want to call for a do-over. I want to go back in time, Marty McFly style, and prevent anything from happening with you.
10. “Anchorman: The Legend Continues.”
In our triumvirate there was no hierarchy. No one ever stayed at the top for very long. A rotating presidency, I guess you could call it, usually dictated by whoever was the least moody on any given day.
That the place I love so deeply will have stayed entirely as it were upon my exit. That my return will breathe life back into its veins.
The apartment you lived in your first year out of school, the walk-up with a view of the street.