Sunday, March 18, 2012

Just a soft side

I cried myself to sleep last night... Was trying to sleep but couldn't... So many thoughts was running thru my head.. About people I lost, friends and family I miss... Was also thinking about happy memories that I'll never forget, and that brought tears of joy to my eyes... Two years ago I would never think that my life would be like this. Don't get me wrong I couldn't be happier how things turned out to be... It's just so far from what I imagined.. :p Guess I'm going thru a faze right now, just feeling sad, but it goes away pretty fast ^^ late at night when all my thought gets together, that's the time it's hard to hold back the tears.


  1. I know how that feels. There have been many nights I would dream about someone special to me once and I would suddenly wake up in deep melancholy. I would often mutter, "Why didn't I do this, or do that when I had a chance? Why did I let her go? Why was I such a fool?"

    I guess we all have things we regret and those regrets will haunt us forever. Now I tell myself I would rather be embarrassed than fail to do what I should have done and thus regret my cowardice until the day I die.

  2. I am rather concerned about what you said that your sadness goes away pretty fast and comes back only at night when you have time to collect your thoughts

    It doesn't go away. Trust me. Some people try to forget by excessive drinking, constant partying, engaging in fickle relationships and other such abusive lifestyles. But after the giddiness wears off they are back to where they started. Then they start to believe that the only way to forget is to fill the entire day with the same decadent activities again and again. Those people don't realize that they are now a train wreck about to crash the end of the line and plunge into the precipice.

    Don't let that happen to you, Linda. Accept that there will be sadness, that there will be heartaches, and that there will always be regrets. It happens to all of us whether that person is a celebrity (like you) or just a regular Joe (like me). We just have to live with it and try to look forward all the time.

    Don't let yourself be Ruslana Korshunova. OK? Regards!