Thursday, April 30, 2020


When you hit your head hard enough sometimes it can help you see things more clearly. First the approach. The moment you know something's gone wrong. You see the boulder on the side of the road with your occipital bone's name on it, and in an instant you think to yourself, "We're doing this."

I went back to the crash site this morning. Found the marks where I skidded out. Said hello to my friend, the Rock.

I'm looking at life now through a new lens, and I want to make real change. I want to work. I want to use the time I have to be the person I am that I have the most respect for, the person I am that I like. I'm going to embrace the self-caring, self-loving side of myself. It's not selfish. It's what I should have been doing all along.

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