Five years. I am nearing the end of a life sentence I’ve served after losing my home of close to ten years. The landlord chose to evict 6 people in a 6 bedroom home, to house a young son. I dream of affording a home that can’t be taken out from under me. But then I wake up.
If for, whatever reason, I someday chance to meet Daniel Day-Lewis, I'm going to walk right up to him, shake his hand, tell him it's an honour, and say,
"Sir... I LOVED you in 'Ghandi.'"
I was rich and just lost it all over the last 3 months. I wonder where all that money went?
falling in love just once.
Are getting COVID-19 and in some cases becoming very ill or dying. I can't say that makes me very sad. What is sad is that I've stopped feeling any sympathy for them. I'm not a monster. I'm just realistic.
I meet a new lady I eventually introduced her to my friends and she gets super fuckin weird and flirty. I’m not even sure what to do any more. I’m not a lying kind of guy but I’m at the point where It might be the best idea. Just lie and say I don’t have any friends and keep those circles separate I guess? I’m really at a loss here
My life has become so much better ever since I broke up with my ex girlfriend. Gone are the days of smoking, drinking and doing drugs. I lost weight and am now back to a healthy lifestyle. No more bad influences will make a monkey out of me. When you let go of your past life, you learn from it and then become a more solid human being. Haven’t looked back since.
A long time ago, my friend told me the weekend is from the end of work Friday 5pm to Monday morning 9am. I’ve never forgotten that and maximize my weekend right up until the minute of logging in Monday morning, my boss be damned.
Got my booster today. It was encouraging and heartwarming to see fellow humans doing the same. One day.
Near main and king edward. I lived there for nearly twenty years.
It's like I live in a different reality now, so many homes later -- a much darker and more painful one.
Every time I look at old pictures of the block, it instantly triggers those older, largely happier feelings and memories. Of a time when I was still capable of feeling okay, effortless and at ease. Those positive states weren't even the majority of my experiences there, but still the living memories remain.
I don't want to regress back to that stage in life, but it's nostalgic.