1. Nothing feels familiar or comforting anymore.
We spend all this time trying to “figure it out” when we’re being led there all along.
Treading water through my twenties. Just exerting all this energy to stay afloat. Never moving forward or back. Just existing right above the surface.
Not alone like by yourself, but alone like when you feel so empty and you can’t think of one person to talk to.
This one is for when you or anyone that you have or had feelings for is caught up in the one-dimensional parts of this world.
I’m learning that I can change what I want to change and continue to pursue the pieces of my life that are working without any regard to anyone else.
The value of your friendship does not lie in length of duration.
Reality is pretty too. It’s also ugly, but not as ugly as over-edited perfection.
Outgrowing certain people and activities can be one of the most bittersweet signs of personal growth.
I’m sorry that I can’t say it to your face, but I had to write it somehow.