Listening to Panic! At the Disco’s “Build God, Then We’ll Talk” while writing this. I feel horrible. I’m tired, frustrated, my throat hurts from yelling, and my body aches. It doesn’t get much worse than this.
No one really apologizes with sincerity anymore. It’s forced words and a strange look when you finish. We pick what we apologize for. What will hurt our ego most? Apologizing or not apologizing? That’s the question and that’s what decides it. We also apologize for our opinions alot, because nowadays, your opinions can endanger your life, your relationships, even your job.
I’ve moved around a lot. I went to three different schools in less than two years, and then I got into high school, so that’s four schools in a year and a half. I have been in the same school for two years and it’s pretty amazing, because I have friends, I have routines, and I love the house I live in. There’s only one thing that hasn’t changed:
I still have to say goodbye.
Daniel told me that “People don’t see someone again because they choose to. You are not forced to never see someone again.”
Partially true. It also depends on lifestyle, but I truly believe once he’s gone, he’s gone and I’ll never speak to him again. I may try to keep up with him, but when one person’s doing all the work, is it really worth trying to keep the relationship alive?