It is a truth universally acknowledged that when one part of your life starts going okay, another falls spectacularly to pieces.
Preach, sister Bridget!
Never was a truer word spoken. It's been a rocky road for a while with me, not really having my direction planned, flitting from one "raison d'être" to the next, but finally things had started to piece together. I found an amazing guy who is everything I need him to be (insert eye-rolls and gagging noises from my old kind - the romancynicals), I was actually enjoying the last few weeks of uni... I know, right? And I was looking forward to my final summer of "freedom" before I had to bite the bullet and commit to some form of career path!
Without going into unnecessary detail and sympathy harvesting; the bottom fell out of my world last month and everything has been turned on its head. I used to hate when people would say "you find out in times of need who your real friends are" ... I thought they were being melodramatic and pessimistic for the sake of it, but they're right!
I'm fully aware of how self satisfying it is for me to complain on here passively about things but I'm not saying it to get a reaction, it's actually making me think about the positive stuff I've got from this.
I DO know who my real friends are, and they have been amazing through all of it. People have been texting, calling, bringing flowers and just generally understanding we all need as much support as we can get at the moment. I can't get to the end of a post about this without mentioning my best friend, who has always been on hand with pizza, little trips out & general taking my mind off it-ness!
And obviously the boy, who's listened every day to my moaning and blubbing. He's a good one. Anyway, my point is that I have time on my hands now that I REALLY need a focus of my attention for! (Shocking grammar; forgive me) so I've decided that, between finishing assignments for uni, I'll try and get back into blogging. I would really appreciate any suggestions for what I could post about, so if you have any please post them below or email me on firstname.lastname@example.org If you've got this far through the drudge then thanks for reading my ramblings! Take care, lots of love, Taz x