You know that thing I’ve been wanting to talk about for weeks now? Well it is finally “public knowledge” so I can finally write about it. I can write about it all! I’ve got some big news. Here we go… Continue reading ““When One Door Closes” and Other Clichés”
Two days ago, my husband and I heard some pretty crappy news. I can’t go into the details, at least not right now, but we were so disappointed. A possible future opportunity for the both of us completely fell through, right after it looked like it was going to work out. Continue reading “Dealing With Disappointment”
A few days ago, I saw on Facebook that an old friend of mine, “Ashley,” just got engaged to her boyfriend of two years. I was so happy for her. I got engaged in September, and now a friend I had known since I was just 11 years old (she was 9) got engaged just 7 months after me. How exciting! Even though we hadn’t really kept in touch because her family moved back to the States in 2007, we always sent each other messages here and there, or liked a photo every month or two. As I was browsing through their engagement photos, I wondered to myself, “Would I still be happy for her if I wasn’t engaged too?” Continue reading “Am I Honestly Happy for My Friends?”
When a lot of really good things are happening in my life, I worry. I worry that if good things happen, something bad has to come up just to even things out. If you’ve read my post “Scared To Be Happy” (which is apparently my top post!), you’ll see this is nothing new. I’ve struggled with this for a long time, and you may be struggling too. Continue reading “Good Things Can’t Happen To Me?”
One of the worst feelings in the world is that of disappointment. It really sucks when you look forward to something and it doesn’t work out. It sucks when you count on someone and they let you down. But you know what else sucks a lot? When you disappoint yourself.