how am i supposed to get a grip of myself when you’re holding on to me with your head turned the other way
Victorian mid-terraced located in west London, England. Designed by the owner & Gianni Botsford Architects
I believe the late General “Stormin’” Norman Schwarzkopf addressed this in his autobiography “It Doesn’t Take a Hero.” The answer is one horse sized duck, and you close distance quickly and attack soft tissue.
major awww of the day
extremely envious of morgana wallace
if there’s ever a lesson i need, it is to not let anyone measure me up against their yardstick. i’m way past the age of reacting impulsively to what people say or how they treat me. maybe being a teacher of 40 relentless kids helps me tolerate more, and be more aware of the battles i have to let go. at my age i should be able to tell when people are egging me on to get a reaction because i don’t know, maybe they love drama. hell, i love drama as much as any other girl.. but from a safe distance. preferably at the other side of the laptop screen.
but i still need constant reminders that holding my words back does not make me spineless. just because i let someone vent their angst in my face does not mean i can’t hold my ground. it’s not like i let people step on me and then let them get away with it.
patience is more satisfying. in the long run. after i think about it for like 3 days or so.