In proper fashion, it's been months since I've scratched anything out on the Dump chronicles.
These are the journalistic, free and best days of our lives, right?
Young, full of life, full of
trust...more like completely full of shit.
The smelliest dog shit you could ever imagine:
in a brown paper bag, engulfed in vaporizing petroleum.
This doesn't mean everyone.
I ask you not to get worked up, take these words (some being rather profane) with a grain of salt as this is more or less a release for myself, no one else.
It's very crazy how most morals and ethics in every day life have disappeared through-out the last 20 years.
Like, it's the new thing to be a complete scum bag....
nearly as popular as the all-too-popular-activity of stand-up paddle boarding
(for those who don't know... I absolutely loathe everything about that non-sense.)
Last week I learned more than I could ever imagine:
No matter how much you want to trust someone, or something.... do not.
Honesty, truthfulness and being faithful barely even exist anymore.
If ever there's a time that something doesn't seem right.... or in my case, over a month that something doesn't seem right:
get the hell out and save yourself; run for the fucking hills.
Save your sanity, your well-being, your emotional and physical strength.
Once you've forgotten about yourself in such a situation and you start thinking of another persons emotions and well-being instead your own is when you're at your weakest point; when you're the most vulnerable.
...and then it happens.
It all comes crashing down at once.
Truth is uncovered.
Lies are revealed.
The most beautiful human beings can turn to the ugliest, most wretched excuses of life, possible, at the wink of an eye.
Speak the truth, always.
That's all you can do, all you should do.
It doesn't matter how difficult it is to do, just fucking do it.
Wedding bells were ringing in Maine this weekend.
A large lump forms in my throat while I scan through photos taken.
Truly priceless to see expressions and reactions on the faces of loved ones,
as well as complete strangers who are now family.
A very strong, loving and most of all supportive family I might add.
This is what the happiest day of your life looks like.
This is the moment after my brother and his other half were pronounced husband and wife,
fractions of a second after their first kiss.
Little did they know, this was probably the happiest day of my life as well.
Words cannot describe how important this day was and will remain to be for years to come.
A true realization of priorities in life.
Congrats you two,
I love you both.