Saturday, 19 November 2011
06:25:48 AM (GMT)
Today I literally had like, an emotional breakdown?
It was weird. Never have I felt that badly.
And I blamed my mother, but I am truly the one to blame.
I can't do things right.
I felt hopeless.
According to my mom though, I "don't appreciate the things I have and I want
And then the added "You're on a road to hellll" -.-'
She doesn't seem to understand me. God knows I love Him and I know He does too.
So what, I'm gonna get Skyward Sword tomorrow at the midnight release.
That doesn't make me a selfish/greedy bastard.
That makes me like every other freeking Zelda nerd on this planet.
A new game = WANT.
-___- She doesn't get my nerdness. lol
But, yes, today I said I hated my life. And that is for reasons I can't even explain
Luckily though, at the most fantastic of timing, my..really AWESOME friend Joe called
Like right when I went to my room, shaking and yes, crying (Guys have feelings too
lol) he just called.
And of course I answer, voice rattly, with a simple 'Hello'
He notices and almost immediately asks what's wrong.
Me barely able to speak, sighs and says that I will tell him later.
So we talked and had many awkward silences as I attempted to compose myself.
He told me a story of when he got his very first Yu-Gi-Oh card.
Me not knowing anything about Yu-Gi-Oh responds to his tale with a simple nod here
and 'cool' there.
Our phone conversation lasted about an hour and a half. It was nice, and by the time
he had to get off I felt almost 100%. Like magic, an ordinary phone call from a good
friend can turn into your saving grace. As if my guardian angel went over to him and
said I needed him, and he listened.
With that being said, I shall leave you with the morale of my story.
No matter what happens in life, it's ALWAYS good to have something to believe in.
I, being a Christian, believe that God and the holy spirit will guide my path on a
daily basis as long as my faith remains.
I'm not here to say you have to be christian, am i? Not at all. What I am trying to
say is having something or someone to believe in and that you know will always be
there for you in the hardest of times is a good feeling. No matter who you
are. Even the strongest of men / women fall down, and believing in someone or
something to pick you up... is a great feeling. That is all, byebye hahah!
Last edited: 19 November 2011