I hope I made you love her more. I hope you see that your second chance broke me. I hope that you don’t take it for granted. I hope she has prepared herself that you will. I hope I gave… Continue Reading →
Whoa! Whoa! Whoa! It is always fascinating how guilt will creep in to those who hold it so easily. What does that post mean, why would you write that, please explain!? Creativity and thoughts flow through me about as quickly… Continue Reading →
You come in with a flash, speaking the words that any heart longs to hear. “Don’t you feel that!? It’s like magic!” Is it him? Finally, is it him? One that could be capable after all? Those were words that… Continue Reading →
Kintsugi – is the Japanese art of mending broken things, filling the cracks with gold to restore its natural shape while strengthening the item.
“it’s very important that we understand the spiritual backgrounds or the history behind… the material.”
“to find beauties in broken things or old things,”
“It’s one beautiful way of living, that you fix [it] by yourself.”
So you fill out the application, knock the interview out of the park, land the job, and you’re feeling like everything is going right. And your first day on the job you hear the, “Welcome! Today starts your 90-day introductory/probationary… Continue Reading →