Inside looking out

I don’t want to be a cartoon character inside looking out. I want to be out living life to the fullest and planning my dreams and living today as if were my last. A river flows in one direction and I don’t want to be that river.


4 thoughts on “Inside looking out

  1. I just subscribed because I really love your blog and I think you’re a good writer. It’s great that you’re becoming a better person. I think that I can help you with this. I’m a Christian; I’m only twenty-two but I think that I’ve struggled with the same things tha you’re struggling with now. I’ll comment more when I’m not in class but for now just know that I’m praying for you.

    • Thank you for you comment and for your words of encouragement. Feel free to offer Godly criticism when needed that is how I will learn and grow. Sometimes a person that is older can learn more from a younger person because of how they view life verses someone that is set in their ways of being angry and bitter. I’m in my prime to still change but years of practicing these nasty habits is not always easy to break so humbling myself feels humiliating because it hurts to put your fist down for the fear of failing. Thank you for being there for me and for offering your help. Whenever you can or able due to your schedule I am here to listen or read whatever advice you have for me. Thanks again.

  2. I also have my blog to help me heal and move forward to become a better version of myself. If you ever need an outside voice, please don’t hesitate to ask. I’ve learned the first step and the hardest step is coming to terms with the need to change. I read through your blog and I enjoyed it very much. It’s a real gift to be able to feel something and believe in something and be able to put it down in words. Not a lot of people can do that and it takes a lot to embrace it. Thank you for your comment. So many people are willing to judge, but never willing to help.

    • Thank you so much for your comment. I was filled with so much emotion upon reading what you wrote and I thank you sincerely for the uplifting encouragement. I am striving to be a better person because I have no friends and I tend to sabotage relationships with family in my side as well as my husband side. Thank you for not judging me base on what you may have read in my blog. Hope to continue to hear from you. Thanks again!

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