my chapter president says this a lot and it really has stuck with me lately. just last weekend I stepped out of all my comfort zones and hosted a talent show. i went to an after party and an after after party where i gave no fxcks about what was going on. i just wanted to have a good time. following the party i got better acquainted with a friend that i would have never seen myself doing so with and you didn’t even cross my mind. the chemistry between the two of us makes me smile and i sit back and wonder what else am i missing out on. i even went so far to dig up info on him before getting too involved because i can’t stand to be hurt again. but i have to realize that everyone is not like you. and that’s the best thing ive come to learn. so, moving forward, I know that you’ll be here this weekend and all that jazz, but quite frankly, it’s not about you anymore.
The Best Woman on Top
it’s sad how words can break down everything you worked hard to build. what’s worse is the guilt that i have constantly felt. yes, my words may have cut you like a knife, humiliated you and made you doubt me. but there is nothing worse than dealing with guilt that someone else has placed on you, on top of you being the one that’s wrong. it just blows.
How can you fight and call off a friendship yesterday and today speak as if nothing happened?