So I am here at my Grandparents house. I left today, and i will be here until friday. The flash backs are making my skin crawl. and i miss the werewolf, not so much it hurts yet. but i am sure by thursday or friday i am going to be so exited for him to come get me just so i can fall asleep with him and wake up next to him, Does that make sence. I am up here and Its only sunday night, and i am already wondering what i am going to be doing for the next week while i miss someone, and i try to socolize again.
My boyfriend’s father emailed this to me. Worth sharing.
HANDBOOK 2010 Health: 1. Drink plenty of water. 2. Eat breakfast like a king, lunch like a prince and dinner like a beggar. 3. Eat more foods that grow on trees and plants and eat less food that is manufactured in plants. 4. Live…
1. Never apologize for acting on your instincts. Listening to your body – then taking action on what you hear – is the hallmark of heroic people.
2. Never apologize for all the tears you’ve cried. Crying cleanses the soul. Shoot for once a month. Even if it’s just a brief mist at a tender moment in a sad movie.
3. Never apologize for anything in your portfolio. If you feel the need to do so, it probably doesn’t belong in your portfolio in the first place.
4. Never apologize for asking for what you need. The answer to every question you DON’T ask is always no.
5. Never apologize for asking questions. When you stop asking questions, you don’t just run out of answers – you run out of hope.
6. Never apologize for asserting yourself. The word “assert” comes from the Latin asserere, which means, “to claim, maintain or affirm.” And that’s exactly what you’re entitled to: Your opinion. Your belief. Your say. Let nobody take it away from you.
7. Never apologize for being a health nut. Next time someone says, “What are you, on a diet or something?” look them straight in the eye and say, “Yeah – you got a problem with that?” Then, when they back down, you go right back to eating your tofu.
8. Never apologize for being a newbie. Everyone great chess master was once a beginner.
9. Never apologize for being early for an appointment. In the history of Corporate America, no employee has ever been fired for consistently arriving ten minutes early to every meeting.
10. Never apologize for being funny. The world is too damn serious. We need you. Seriously.
11. Never apologize for being human. Once you do, you’re no longer human – you’re a cyborg.
12. Never apologize for being passionate. Unless you’re passionate about stabbing strangers with broken Coke bottles.
13. Never apologize for being smart. That’s the ONE thing the government, the media (and every other entity that’s trying to control you) is terrified of: Smart people who take action. Be one of those people.
14. Never apologize for being the age that you are. It’s just a number. “A chicken ain’t nothing but a bird,” as my Grandpa likes to say.
15. Never apologize for breaking a rule that isn’t really a rule. Be proud of yourself for being a rule breaker. Then go break another one.
16. Never apologize for calling bullshit on someone. Especially when nobody else is the room is going to do it and this person REALLY needs to be taken to task.
17. Never apologize for demanding respect. If you’ve demonstrated that you deserve respect by giving it to others first, you’re good to go.
18. Never apologize for disagreeing. Especially if you do so respectfully. On the other hand, if you’re disagreeing for the sake of disagreeing, or because of your pathological need to be right, that’s a different story.
19. Never apologize for expressing yourself. That’s all “leadership” is: The full, free expression of your truth. Don’t say you’re sorry for that.
20. Never apologize for falling in love. Your heart’s calling the shots.
21. Never apologize for falling OUT of love. Your heart’s still calling the shots – even when you throw up an air ball.
22. Never apologize for getting something off your chest. That which you suppress will find a home in your body. And then it will trash the place.
23. Never apologize for giving it your best shot. As my Grandpa also reminds me, “You do the best you can with as many as you can.”
24. Never apologize for growing up privileged. As long as you scrap the entitlement attitude, remain grateful for everything you’ve ever been given and respect the life situation of those who are less fortunate, it’s all good.
25. Never apologize for having an overabundance of love in your life. Instead, circulate what you’ve got. Pay it forward. Share it. People need it. Especially St. Louis Rams fans. God we suck.
26. Never apologize for lack of experience. Instead, share your Learning Plan; demonstrate your dedication to lifelong learning and practice becoming the world’s expert at learning from your experiences.
27. Never apologize for lack of information. Ignorance is acceptable. Staying ignorant, however, is stupid.
28. Never apologize for liking stupid movies. Movie snobs annoy me. Some of my favorite movies are among the most ridiculous films ever made. So I love Road House. Sue me.
29. Never apologize for living your truth. Few things in the world are more important.
30. Never apologize for looking out for yourself. Self-preservation is a primary driver of human behavior. It’s how we’re wired.
31. Never apologize for loving yourself. If you do, you probably don’t love yourself as much as you thought.
32. Never apologize for making a decision from the heart. Remember: It’s not thee truth – it’s YOUR truth.
33. Never apologize for needing alone time. Solitude is soil. Solitude is medicine. And if you don’t get your fix every day, your life will suffer.
34. Never apologize for needing to use the bathroom. Yesterday a girl in my yoga class walked out of the room and actually said to the teacher, “I have to pee, I’m SO sorry.” Unbelievable.
35. Never apologize for not being there when someone called. You have a life, too. People can’t expect you to wait eagerly by the phone all hours of the day.
36. Never apologize for not embracing someone else’s agenda. Especially if that agenda robs you of your true talent.
37. Never apologize for occasional absentmindedness. Everyone’s brain farts.
I’m sorry for apologizing because I know you won’t
“Make a radical change in your lifestyle and begin to boldly do things which you may previously never have thought of doing, or been too hesitant to attempt. So many people live within unhappy circumstances and yet will not take the initiative to change their situation because they are conditioned to a life of security, conformity, and conservation, all of which may appear to give one peace of mind, but in reality nothing is more damaging to the adventurous spirit within a man than a secure future. The very basic core of a man’s living spirit is his passion for adventure. The joy of life comes from our encounters with new experiences, and hence there is no greater joy than to have an endlessly changing horizon, for each day to have a new and different sun. If you want to get more out of life, you must lose your inclination for monotonous security and adopt a helter-skelter style of life that will at first appear to you to be crazy. But once you become accustomed to such a life you will see its full meaning and its incredible beauty.”—Jon Krakauer, Into the Wild (via quiver) (via confashion) (via quote-book)
we put an offer on a house, about a month ago. we have exactly 37 days to the expectent closeing date. its killing me because i have no idea what we are going to do it we dont get this house. it scared me that if we dont get this we will be stuck at his moms for longer, and we will be looking for an apartment to be in. i just want to make sure that we get this house! at the same time i am terrifyed of getting a house, but i know it will be better once i am in it and everything will be better between the hubby and i because to tell it simply living with you mother in law is just how people talk about it, its a bitch!