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My 28th year is turning out to be a good one, and FUCK YES, I am exactly the person that I want to be.

I am actually doing really well. I feel like the best version of me—weathered, experienced, and growing up and above the old ruins of expectations that I had for myself. 

Atlanta is treating me really well, and I look forward to my life here. I barely drink, I knit constantly, I have a very close group of friends, and THE FUCKING SOUP. Ramen and pho for days. 

I’m happy.

Good for me. 

cutiewill:

lumos5000:

EVERYONE CAN GO HOME NOW. THIS ONE WINS. 

we’re already home

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In the Summer of My 28th Year

27.
The year of hell. The year that could have seen the end of me. The year that took and took and took from me, so entirely. A year of sadness, desperation, confusion, anger, and a year that marked where I became aware of the greatest betrayal of all—the betrayal of the self.

Anyways, it’s over. Good fucking riddance. I’m happy. I have shit under control.

And only those that stuck by me can celebrate in this.

Everyone else can fuck off.

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Cover by the great American artist Robert Maguire (1921-2005) for the thriller The Brass Halo (1958) by Jack Webb.

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Cover by the great American artist Robert Maguire (1921-2005) for the thriller The Brass Halo (1958) by Jack Webb.

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Tennessee

I’m in Tennessee for the first time since I left last year, and I’m surprised at how not sad it make me feel. I don’t really feel much sadness these days. Anger, yes. Annoyance, yes. But not sadness. I missed J for a moment, but it quickly passed, and I was back to enjoying my old neighborhood. It’s strange to live without sadness, when it’s been your constant companion for the past six years.

I hope that I’m actually healing.