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I wrote/drew this in one of my journals back in 1998

I'm just working on one of my many projects, pfft.  Anyway, waaaaay before I was so internet savy, I kept a journal.  Like a real life journal, I used it with pens and everything!  I still have one but I haven't written in it for years since LJ is so much more convenient.  Anyway, I'm working on transferring everything I have written unto my LJ, I probably should be doing the opposite, making a hard copy of my LJ because God knows what'll happen if Livejournal, Six Apart or whoever, ever goes out of business or is hit with an EMP or something.  But I digress, I just thought this was kind of funny, there's nothing on there about education or coaching, it's fucked up how life works sometimes.

It's kind of hard to put this in writing so I just scanned and threw up on here.

Hope everyone's BBQ'n or at least taking it easy today.



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Oct. 22nd, 2017 03:51 pm (UTC)
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Who knew?
Who knew that Sean was the right guy for me?
God must’ve because I had no clue whatsoever. I can’t believe that it took me a short-lived relationship and a failed marriage to completely figure this out—not for what seemed like an eternity.
Before my marriage, the last relationship was in school. I was attending the Illinois School for the Visually Impaired in Jacksonville. The guy I was with—he didn’t want to admit that I wasn’t the one for him. He ended up going back to his other girlfriend, though I could tell he didn’t enjoy being with her.
Ron saw what had happened, and he and I were inseparable the remainder of our time in school.
Then, we hadn’t seen one another again till 2009. Again, we became inseparable as he was attempting to break up with another girl, who I could tell he didn’t like one bit.
Then, the marriage happened. It lasted just over 3 years with no problems—until he flipped.
What had I done wrong to feel like I wasn’t appreciated anymore, though I attempted to please him in any way possible.
Now, I’m with Sean, and I don’t have to do one thing special to make him love me. God brought us together because we’d both been through relationships that worked and failed with no warning. I hope we’ll be together forever and ever.
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