Abigail. 18. Richmond, Virginia.
Going to college to become a mortician. I start the Chester campus at John Tyler in the fall.
We live in a society where sleeping next to your baby is considered extreme parenting, yet letting them cry alone in a crib is considered normal or even necessary.
so my friend and i were home alone and naturally we ordered a pizza
we had a simple request
so when the doorbell rang we were super excited but our delivery person was this really confused old guy
he was like, “i’m sorry, but i don’t know what the heck a TARDIS is, so i drew the closest thing i could think of”
he drew us a tortoise
god bless this man
i gave him a twenty and told him to keep the change
Letting go is such a difficult thing to understand. You can’t try to let go. Trying to let go is like trying not to think about something. You’re just going to think about it even more. I think letting go is less of an ending of one thing and more of an acceptance of everything. It’s okay that this is the way it is right now. There’s no other way it’s supposed to be.