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Too often we forget to cherish the moments we have with the people surrounding us. Choosing to believe that we have endless chances to tell them we love them and show them how appreciative we are of them, as well as how much they mean to us. But in one second, one blink of eye, they can be taken from us…with absolutely no warning. Today my heart is heavy as I say goodbye not just to a friend, but a mom. She took me in when I had nowhere to go, loved me as much as she loved her own kids, shoved me in the car with my best friend dragging us every which way. Made sure i received proper treatment from her doctors at the ER and most of all, was always looking out for me and my family. She was more than just a friend and a mom, she was a part of my entire family and I never got to tell her how much I loved her for everything she ever did. I sit here thinking of all the times I could have but didn’t tell her and now I have lost any chance at all. So take a minute every day to let the people you care about know how much you care….you never know when they might not be there anymore…
being in a relationship is still so weird to me. one day you don’t even know this person exists and the next day there they are a constant in your life. how did it even happen, what brought them into your life and you into theirs. I can’t be sad this happens because although I’m as happy as I’ve ever been single, it’s nice to be able to share the happiness with the person that makes you even happier. can’t wait to see what’s in store for us.
YOU KNOW YOURE IN TOO DEEP WHEN YOU PICTURE YOURSELF SNUGGLING IN BED NEXT TO THEM OR WHEN YOU ARE DOING SOMETHING FUN AND WISH THEY WERE THERE TO SHARE THAT MOMENT WITH YOU OR THE WORST IS WHEN YOU SEE SOMETHING AND THINK OH THEY WOULD LIKE THAT
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I worked with a lady that came into work one day with no hair. No one mentioned it, no one talked about it. She was wearing a bandana so we all knew she was bald.
But I have ADD, and not so great control of my impulsiveness. Finally, near the end of the night I asked. “So… can I ask, what happened to your hairs?”
She smiled and hugged me. I was the only person with the cajones to ask. “My best friend is pregnant, already has a 4 yr old, and was diagnosed with cancer, and her boyfriend left her because it was too much. So I’ve been helping her out, being supportive. And I promised her if she started losing her hair I would shave my head too.”
“Last night she called me, crying because her hair was falling out in clumps. I told her I’d be there in 10 minutes. She shaved me first, then I her.”
It’s the most supportive thing she could think to do.
I just started crying.