Of all the nicest things you have said to me “you kept me up all night” is one of them. Someone connected you to my blogs and you got hooked and read the archives into the night. This makes me soar.
Another favourite is “keep going” and I always like “Thank you”. I love when you disagree because that is hard and I feel a bit foolish but it makes me think. I like when you let me tell your stories and trust me with them.
When you said ” You gave me the courage to do what I needed to do” I burst into tears.
When you said “you are whiny and self centred” I laughed and then swallowed hard and wondered if maybe I was.
When you say ” it makes me smile, laugh, appreciate, move, stay, do, be better”; it means so much. You tell me your dad reads it, your teenage daughter, your great aunt, the postman and your personal trainer. I love this. It was never meant just for the split.
Of all the weird things you have said to me- this was the weirdest- “Por favour, limpia tu cuarto antes de hacer porn” roughly translated from Spanish means”Please clean your bedroom before you make porn” ( pretty sure this was spam as my pics have all been clean ones).
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when does running become fun? when does the “addiction” set in. Click here to read my new post on running