I took the risk. Ain’t no going back now. Today I’m done holding on to your memory. My heart hurt so much. I’ve held on to for far too long. I’m ripping up every picture I have stashed away in my drawer to remember us. I’m letting you go, completely. I don’t want to scroll … Continue reading I’m Bravely Letting You Go
Dear Jec, Right now it feels like everything is going wrong, like the world is completely against you and there’s nothing you can do to change it. You feel like there is a volcano erupting right in front of you and you can’t out run the lava. This time is hard and it’s challenging you, … Continue reading Keep Your Head Held High Even When The Earth Is Crumbling Around You
You are one brave hearted warrior. And I’m proud of you. I hope you know, that you are not alone. Even when the world makes you feel like you are. You are seen. You are loved. I’m writing this because this is the only thing that I can do for you: to pray for you and to encourage you.
The first few days were the most challenging. I knew without taking extreme measures I would slip back in my old routine and check my phone frequently throughout the day. So I removed all my social apps on my phone and cleared my browser history passwords on my desktop and laptop for me not to open them on my devices.
I can hear heavy weep on the other line, “She’s gone…” And then the line was cut off.
There was a man standing beside my bed telling me to get up. I woke up to the noises as usual, but instead of finding nothing there, I saw a terribly gruesome figure. It seemed like it had been human at some point. I can only see the built of his body and how it is … Continue reading Everything was in darkness until I ran to the beach and saw the light
I remember the day I saw you for the first time. You were a kid being interviewed by BBC with those cute kiddo teeth and laughs. I admired you. And after that, never in my life that I can imagine that our paths will cross. You were actually the one who was my partner in … Continue reading An Open Letter To A Guy Who Was My Favorite Person