I can’t pretend anymore

29 Mar

I can’t pretend anymore y’all. I can sit and front like I am over the friend, but I’m not. Maybe it was never in the cards for me to have love in my life. Maybe I am all of those things he said I was…I can’t go on, and I don’t want to go on. My life is in a huge disarray and this is the only way I can make it stop. Thanks for reading….xoxoxo

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One Response to “I can’t pretend anymore”

  1. ~Christy~ March 29, 2011 at 7:29 pm #

    Girl, as I've said before, I am here if you need to talk! I'm sorry you're feeling bad. You really are a fabulous woman and mother and I am SO glad we've caught back up and reconnected! Value YOU and know that you are worthy of respect and love! I'm so sorry that you are going through some bumps in the road, but you can and will make it through! Love you, girl!!

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