How do people still not know the difference between “there, their & they’re?” Ugh.
I’ve been spelling sriracha wrong this whole time.
Omg. I feel like an idiot.
Please somebody find me those lays.😑
I made a “fitblr” so I will stop flooding your timelines with workout related stuff. If you care to follow my other blog it’s sneakzfitness.tumblr.com .
Anyway, I hope everyone has a good night.
I lost my friend Breanna this week. She was 22. I worked with her for almost 2 1/2 years at Hooters. We became friends, family even, because of Hooters. We opened the brand new restaurant together. We laughed together and cried together. She listened to my problems when I was down; even when she was “down-er.” She always managed to keep a smile on her face and reassure me that everything will be okay, that everything will get better. When I left Hooters, we began to drift apart. We talked on Facebook & Instagram— but it was nothing like how it was before. She moved two hours away and it began to be just seeing each other’s interactions online, and not really saying much at all. A random like of a picture here and there, but not even a “hi, how are you doing?” type of thing. Why people grow apart is beyond me. We get caught up in life. We focus on our own thing. We think we will all be around forever. Or at least for a long time. Never do you think someone you were once close to, or are still close to you will be taken from you in an instant. Gone. Just like that. I never in a million, trillion, however fucking long, years, I would have been attending Breanna’s funeral this morning. Before today, the last time I physically saw her was over a year ago. It was her 21st birthday. I hugged her tight and told her this is only the beginning. And now, she’s gone. I can’t hug her anymore. I can’t laugh with her anymore. I can’t hear her voice anymore. I took what we had for granted, and now there is nothing that can bring her back. I hope whoever reads this hugs their loved ones a little tighter. I hope they reach out to old friends and see how they’re doing. You never know what anyone is going through. You never know how fast life can change. Love who you have while you have them. I’ll never get to tell Bre how much I loved her. How much I still love her. I only hope she will be able to hear my prayers. I love you Breanna Louise. You touched my life while you were on Earth, and you took a piece of me with you when you went away. I hope you rest peacefully babygirl. Sleep with the Angels. Until we meet again…
I just wanted to say hi to all of my followers!
New & old!
Happy New Year!