The past 2 years have been a huge roller coaster of emotions, there have been many ups and many downs. Through it all I realized that I am pretty good at keeping my feelings on a very superficial level, after all I have had 25 years of practice. Everyday I roll out of bed, put on a happy facade (sometimes it is better than others), and I pretend like I am not struggling to keep the tears back as I watch those around me interact with their friends and family. I pretend that I love the job I moved across the country for. I pretend like my family does not treat me like I don't exist. I can't help but wonder WHY? and WHAT AM I SUPPOSED TO LEARN FROM ALL OF THIS? Then I found this quote on pinterest and realized that I need to read this on a daily basis... because it's true.
" Someday everything will all make perfect sense. So for now, laugh at the confusion, smile through the tears, and keep reminding yourself that everything happens for a reason." (quote from pinterest)