• Smile on my face

    by  • September 23, 2010 • * Safe for Work *, Gratitude, Inspiration, Lost Love, Positive Vibes • 2 Comments

    Let me start by saying that when you broke my heart you actually did make me a better person.

    I was so depressed for months that it made me force myself into happiness. That sounds… well, crazy. It worked. I realized that if the world wasn’t going to stop for death it certainly wasn’t going to stop for my pathetic little broken heart. So I said to myself “There’s no use contributing to world-suck by crying all the time… At least make other people think you’re happy.”

    So I started smiling at people on the sidewalk and acting happy around my family (mostly so they would stop hiding all the sharp objects in the house and stealing them from my apartment). Guess what. When you put a smile on your face it eventually spreads to your heart. 😉 I feel more alive today than ever! And I really have you to thank for it. I seriously don’t hate you or anything. I’m so happy you’re still in my life!! Because you are one of the smartest and most decent people on this earth.

    But honestly… I sometimes wonder if this wasn’t a test, because I still think we’re meant to be.


    2 Responses to Smile on my face

    1. Kristen
      September 24, 2010 at 6:20 am

      Nice. I feel hopeful that since it wasn’t the end of the world for you, it won’t be for me either. I hope you two get the chance to see if it works out.

    2. Carrie
      September 24, 2010 at 2:46 pm

      things always get better in time once you just accept what you can really control and you have.. and it’s soo great to hear stories of people who are able to see that life goes on and that you will be happy again, once you just let go.. i’m happy for you, smiling is infectious and you never know how your smile may help someone out at that very moment.. i hope you get a chance with this girl if not you are a better person because of it.

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