Don’t Say I Didn’t Warn You

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Hey girl! How have you been for the past ten years? Well, how have “me, myself, and I,” been doing for these past ten years? Sit down, and tell the waiter to “Keep ’em coming.” We have a bunch to catch up on.

The last time we saw each other was around ten years ago, to the day.

We said we’d go live life and then meet up at our favorite spot, Roscoe’s Chicken and Waffles, the one on Sunset and Gower, so we can people watch too.

Where do we start? I’d say that the one thing that will be challenging for you, is trust. Your trust, loyalty, sanity, and love will all be tested during this time period. The best thing to do is, go slow, ask questions, and stay close to God.

Friends will come and go. New friends or acquaintances will seem to add flavor and knowledge to your life, so take notice. They will also leave you once their season has ended, and it is during this time, youth must exercise restraint and patience and just let them leave.

The life you built after you said “I Do,” is not real.  There are many deceptions going on, so, you must stay focused. There will be a few scenarios for you to look out for. Some include, but are not limited to, the fact, that your mate ‘Still’ had a wife when you both married. Deception from day one. “The Nerve of Some People.”

However, the most rewarding event will take place at noon on Friday, March 27, 2015, in Phoenix, Arizona. Your (our) oldest daughter, you know, the one that is the tougher more aggressive version of you. Yes, well through all the past deception, she pushes through and will be graduating from college tomorrow with her Bachelor’s degree.

The other awesome part is that no matter the drama your ex tried to add to your life. Please be assured that he will try very hard to break you, even more than he’s done in earlier years. Your three children still adore you. What could be wrong if you have the love from your kids?

All in all, it’s life. It’s not a great life, however, it is far from bad, just different. Enjoy yourself, and just pay close attention to the signs, that way you (we) can avoid as much heartache as possible.

The fun thing to look forward to is when you stop the dysfunction around you, it seems as if, life begins.

You (we) will love our 40’s more than our 30’s.

There’s so much more to tell you, in short, just live life unapologetically

Live Free & Love On Purpose 😉

Remember to Live Free and Love On Purpose 💋🎉✌

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23 responses to “Don’t Say I Didn’t Warn You”

  1. This open letter is a good reminder of how we should live our life despite the heartbreaks. And that our present matters more than our past. Meanwhile, with regards to friends, I agree that we should let them leave. If they really are our friends, they shouldn’t have left in the first place. They will always make time.


  2. A really good post. Friends do come and go! I had a friend through college and then shortly after she got married it all disappeared. Poof into thin air. Sometimes I miss her however I know that she was meant to be in my life.


  3. I totally agree that friends will come and go. Infact, I believe that every person who come in our life has a part to play.


  4. This is a very sweet and hopeful message. We do tend to go through rough times but there are things to look forward to.


  5. How moving is this post, it’s a reminder we all need especially those who are going through something tough right now. No matter what happens, we just have to keep going. I really appreciate that last line, “Live Free and Love On Purpose.”


  6. Love it! It is so true! Just go out there and live life, live your life no matter what. Things happen, bad or good, people leave people come, friends leave friends come – just accept that and go on.


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