The childlike innocence that slowly fades away as you grow older and realise the world isnt like sesame st and is in fact uglier than what you could ever imagine.
Me. The me who was always happy, who could always make people smile. The me who was liked. The me who wasn't worried about looking like an idiot, or not being perfect. I try not to care, but in reality I do. It's something I can't just let go of, no matter how much I try.
my hair back on my head
My first love...
if only that were true, lol
sometimes i wish i could find me. i have always been a caretaker and always looking out for others, and havent taken any time for me. i have always been married and my husbands came first, and now i feel alittle lost like i have lost some of my identity. but i know i will be ok as im telling myself to be positive and always look at a good side of things, and im starting to know myself so much better and what i want in life etc.
My self confidence!
my faith in god.. i believe he is alive and well up there, but i believe he has no good impact on our mortal lives. only bad things.
This old Oxford women's boxing t-shirt. It was sooo comfy and my favorite! :( I miss it! That and my Dropkick Murphy's hoodie, and a pair of converse I have no clue where they went!!!
No I've lived on my own the last five years... Couldn't have been them... I just lost em :( Serious! They aren't here.
Heh yeah I checked there, they must have slipped through a black hole into another dimension.
My childhood innocence
im sry she is no perm lost like passed on just far away and i miss her. sry dint mean to make you fear the worst.
my cute young wife with high sex drive. i d seatle for eather one.
my way back to heaven
how we can find our way home.
The pearl ring my father designed for me.
No it was just very precious to me!
my Wifes innocence, that i destroyed for so many years, but i don't no longer
All that time I had this morning.