Sunday, October 10, 2010

On My Mind.......Blerg!

Im totally having issues I think. Whats on my mind? motorcycles, trucks, soda, zumiez, amazing jeans, dvds, small house, guns, teaching...........Greg! Why am I aching for his friendship? This is not what I really want its making everything all sorts of confusing. I must be doing it to myself? How in the world would a friendship even work with how crappy I treated him? Is a friendship what im really wanting or something more? Maybe just the option for something more? see where things go? But I already saw where things went! See I wont say anything, what if he has a gf or is actually engaged like in my dream (i wonder what he did with my ring?)? That would almost hurt even more if I found out he was able to really really move on and I havent! I shouldnt entertain the thought of asking something so stupid! Greg........this is in need of guidance! WHY, WHY, WHY? HELP!(this needs to get resolved quick)


  1. Maybe you already figured this out, but since you asked... Here's a quote that might give you some insight & it's from President Hinckley, so you can't go wrong!

    “There seems to be a superstition among many thousands of our young [men and women] who hold hands and smooch in the drive-ins that marriage is a cottage surrounded by perpetual hollyhocks to which a perpetually young and handsome husband comes home to a perpetually young and [beautiful] wife. When the hollyhocks wither and boredom and bills appear the divorce courts are jammed. …
    “Anyone who imagines that bliss [in marriage] is normal is going to waste a lot of time running around shouting that he has been robbed.
    “[The fact is] most putts don’t drop. Most beef is tough. Most children grow up to be just people. Most successful marriages require a high degree of mutual toleration. Most jobs are more often dull than otherwise. …
    “Life is like an old-time rail journey—delays, sidetracks, smoke, dust, cinders and jolts, interspersed only occasionally by beautiful vistas and thrilling bursts of speed.
    “The trick is to thank the Lord for letting you have the ride” (“Big Rock Candy Mountains,” Deseret News, 12 June 1973, A4).
    Gordon B. Hinckley, “A Conversation with Single Adults,” Ensign, Mar 1997, 58

    Here's a couple of other favorites of mine:

    "Generally speaking, the most miserable people I know are those who are obsessed with themselves; the happiest people I know are those who lose themselves in the service of others...By and large, I have come to see that if we complain about life, it is because we are thinking only of ourselves."
    — Gordon B. Hinckley

    "You can be smart and happy or stupid and miserable. . . it's your choice"
    — Gordon B. Hinckley

    "You can't plow a field simply by turning it over in your mind."
    — Gordon B. Hinckley

  2. Also: Hope & Faith, we all need lots of it. :)

    "Things work out, it isn't as bad as you sometimes think it is. It all works out, don't worry. I say that to myself every morning. It will all work out. If you do your best, it will all work out. Put your trust in God, and move forward with faith and confidence in the future. The Lord will not forsake us. If we will put our trust in him, if we will pray to him, if we will live worthy of his blessings, he will hear our prayers."
    — Gordon B. Hinckley

    "I feel to invite women everywhere to rise to the great potential within you. I do not ask that you reach beyond your capacity. I hope you will not nag yourselves with thoughts of failure. I hope you will not try to set goals far beyond your capacity to achieve. I hope you will simply do what you can do in the best way you know. If you do so, you will witness miracles come to pass."
    — Gordon B. Hinckley