Hey Dad, so it’s been two years since you left. I still miss you a lot. There’s times when I think back of memories and it starts to upset me because I realized that I didn’t spend as much time with you as I could have and now I don’t even have that chance anymore. Sometimes I wonder if I’m depressed or if I’m just still grieving, which is pretty long. Even Dr. Wong says you only grieve for a certain amount of time and then it’s time to move on. I’m pretty sure I’m not depressed or grieving, but I guess I just get upset from time to time. I know I shouldn’t anymore, but it still upsets me. Things are so different. At times I still find it weird because the house is so quiet, so different from the way it used to be. I hope you liked to flowers I brought you last time I went to visit you and I’m glad you met them three. They’ve been there for me a lot since you’ve been gone and there were a few others who were really there too. I’ve pretty much said what I had to tell you and update you on when I went to visit last time, so yeah. We love you and miss you very dearly.
Honestly…. These myths are all myths! I mean the first one can be true. If you work your ass of it is possible to get a degree (or even 2) in 4 years. It just depends how much you want to take on at once and your major. And your minor if you have one. A lot of these have easy fixes. Like the freshmen 15. If you walk 20 minutes a day it will help work it off. Eat healthy. It also depends on what your body is used to.
Good point! Thanks for sharing! Any other wants to add your thought?
The first one is a 50/50 I graduated in 4 years and switched my major three times…
do you ever have that one person who you just lost contact with because of reasons and you just wonder if they’re okay and what they’re doing with their lives now and where they’ve been and if they’ve changed and how they’ve changed and what’s still the same about them and how they look and if they ever think about you like that from time to time
You know you’re attached to someone when you’ve gotten so used to talking to them on a daily basis and they’ve become a part of your happiness. But when you guys don’t talk, it’s like a part of you is gone and you just start to miss them uncontrollably.