Sunday, October 9, 2011

A day in the capital

I spent my day Friday just enjoying the beautiful weather and walking all over DC...thought I'd post the pictures :-)
P.S. These were all taken with my iPhone...I was too lazy to lug my camera around.

Wednesday, October 5, 2011

beautiful fall day in the DMV

I promised myself I'd get back into this is what I did today...hopefully I'll have many more blogs with many more pictures in the near future! :-) these were all taken in Rockville/Potomac MD, this evening.

time heals everything...right?

I've been meaning to blog for awhile now, but I couldn't think of a topic to start off with.  However, my day today gave me plenty of material. goes...

I ran into an old friend today...and by old friend, I mean former friend, an individual whom I'm sad to say I would no longer consider a friend.  That may not seem like anything to write home about, but for was.

Seeing her today brought up a lot of questions...the main one being, is there really any one thing that someone can do that is so terrible it can't be forgiven?  We fight and make up all the time as human beings, but is there a line we can cross that we can't come back from?  And once that line has been crossed, how do you go about living your life?  When you see that person, do you speak to them as if nothing ever happened, or do you walk on by and pretend that they were never a part of your life?

I've always questioned how people can just walk out of their loved one's lives without ever looking back, but this experience has made me wonder if sometimes it's necessary...if sometimes the hurt goes so deep that it can't be healed and continued exposure to each other would only bring more pain.

I don't have the answers to any of these questions.  So tonight, I feel like I'm in limbo.  Stuck between being the friend that I once was and the person that I've become since she walked out of my life...and unfortunately it's a rather empty feeling.

Hopefully they're right when they say that time heals all if only life would stop picking at the scabs, maybe there wouldn't be quite so many scars...