I can not tell you how many times I have come here to post my 'perfect day'...and am unable to. An overwhelming sense of sadness comes over me...takes my breath away...and my tears flow..
Why?, b/c I can not find words to describe that perfect day. I have had them all I believe.
hddude.... strange how a few words from a stranger on a computer screen can put things into perspective, huh? If I gave you "food for thought" I'm glad... wish I could give you your perfect day with your dad...
When I read this topic it reminded me of a video I saw where a guy rides out on his bike and everything goes perfect. Signs say things like "beware of tractor about to pull into road etc.".
Then I read what you wrote and it put everything into true perspective. One more of the many perfect days I'd had with my dad and best friend for me.
yes some don't appreciate or acknowledge the "i'm sorry's" or "i love you's"
butttttttt i know for me--i have to maintain living the way i live--i will not let someone, who to me that lives their lives that way, ignorant--bring me to their level
being able to admit wrong and caring is important to all--if not we wind up with a heart of stone
BLU..no no love..no apology needed..The tears were tears of joyful and loving remembrance. I never want to lose that.
Girl now look what you've done..with those bigger b**bs your gonna get a back ache.
I love you lady..you are awesome.
you didn't bring me down---i think it is great that you had a relationship that we all might envy had we been able to see the 2 of you together
it also helps me re-realize that there are more important things in life--and making sure that when we argue with the ones we love to make sure we do say--sorry if i'm at fault and not to hold onto a grudge because i feel i DESERVE and apology for whatever--and to say I LOVE YOU--or I CARE WHAT HAPPENS TO YOU--life can end at any second--if we are the surviors we and then live with regret if not handled in a timely fashion
we don't need to live in regret---we need to continue to bud and flower to reach our full potential with sweet not sour memories of what we once had