First thing is first. I’m not pretty when I am angry. I say mean, and hurtful things. So right now, I would like to apologize to Kira (affectionately known as “Danish tart” in earlier posts. I suppose it still fits, because Danish tarts are sweet, and she is a very lovely girl. Don’t stroke out on me, readers. Bear with me! ) She and I spoke civilly today, and I am happy she took the step to talk to me. Finally, we all have the answers we needed.
While I wish not to go into details, things have been squared away, and I have to commend her courage in reaching out. My ex friend has apologized, but right now, he doesn’t want to talk to me, claiming there is nothing to talk of. I hate that a friendship is ending, but maybe someday we can talk again. Until then, I won’t push the issue, and I wish you the best in your future endeavors.
Today’s message is about forgiveness. I cannot stress that enough. So many hurtful words, and so much drama has unfolded in the past two weeks, and while being caught in the drama is awful, and can give you a stroke, sometimes it happens. Forgiveness is powerful, and it makes you the bigger person. I have forgiven every one involved, and am thankful that Kira has forgiven me for my harsh words towards her. I spoke to her for several hours today, and perhaps this could be the starts of a friendship. Lose one friend, gain another, eh? She had me smiling a lot, and God knows, I needed that.
Nemesis seems to have done her job well, but it’s time for her to move on to helping others.
Today lifted a giant weight off of my shoulders, and right now, I feel pretty damn good.
Even though I have the song, “friends in low places,” stuck in my head. I am not a Garth Brooks fan.
Life sometimes throws us curveballs, and how we react to it defines us as a person. You may be hurt, and angry, but trust me, forgiveness is powerful enough to wash that away.