I was so prepared to one day leave home

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I’m lonely but sometimes in a secret part of my heart, I don’t want the pandemic to end. It’s horrible. I’ll be so much happier when it ends. But part of me never wants to leave my parents home. I’m lonely I miss my friends. But this pandemic made me scared of the outside world. It made me cuddle up with my blankey (Mr. Blankey) and cry.

https://ruthseculartheblog.wordpress.com/2021/01/18/im-lonely-a-letter-to-my-friends

If you’re too good to like a picture of my kids than we really aren’t friends

The company we worked at had a toxic team culture. When I left, I didn’t tell them where I was going. I didn’t want all these negative and toxic people to know about my new chapter. I did meet some lovely people at this company and I keep in touch with them to this day. The toxic ones I want to remove from my life. When I blocked this person and the rest of the toxic team members from all of my social channels, I felt a huge burden lifted. I periodically clean out my friends/contact list to this day. If you’re too good to like a picture of my kids than we really aren’t friends.

https://therealishma.wordpress.com/2020/07/07/social-stalking

If you do not feel at home with your friend just being themselves at their worst/best then y’all ain’t homies

When you stressed and got problems. The homies say we’ll figure it out, the friends and acquaintances say you’ll figure it out. You don’t need to be close to be a homie. You don’t need to talk everyday to be a homie, you just need to be a home a person can find and seek comfort/support in when they need it. Support doesn’t mean giving money or anything monetary it means being with them so they know they won’t be suffering and crying alone in their mess. It means showing them they aren’t fighting for themselves, by themselves.‬