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What does a person do when he realizes he's made a mistake?  Is it better to chin up and live with it or to try to erase it and start over?  What makes me happy - I have to run and find it.  Virginia and the independence and serenity I felt there, I think on it and wish I could go back to that time and place.  Is that wrong?  Is that do-able?  They say you can never go home again, and it's so true.  But is it true, just with a year and a half in between?  Aww, what do I do? Will my friends still be there?  Will that free spirit come back and sit on my shoulder where it's easier to walk outdoors every day - where summers feel like heavy wet blankets pulled from a hot washing machines - where traffic congestion makes me feel like at least half the people in the USA must live in the Richmond-Metro area?

I need an evening alone and a bottle of champagne and a chance to just think.  Sure, I love my family.  I feel like time is becoming more precious.  How many more years or even months of independence do I have?  Lord, give me a hint.


Date: 2009-11-12 05:12 am (UTC)
From: [identity profile]
Your icon is lovely. :)

Been a while since you posted here. Are you going to be online on Friday?

Date: 2009-11-12 11:14 am (UTC)
From: [identity profile]

Thanks! Friday - I hope to be online in the evening. I hope we can chat.


Date: 2009-11-12 04:27 pm (UTC)
From: [identity profile]
It's not an easy choice. But I think we tend to remember the good times more (and stronger) and also I don't think we can ever have it back just like before. Life is changing all the time. I think you have to look forward, even if you'll (say) will move back, it will be a new "era" of your life.


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