I don't even know how to describe what happened this morning.
All I can say is I've never taken blame for something I wasn't responsible for like that ever. And it really hurts. Its not my fault. It really isn't.
I love my father. Don't try to convince me otherwise. Don't try to say you didn't say something that you did. Don't try to tell me that you meant something different and therefore its my fault. What matters is it hurt. I shouldn't be sorry for that right?
Don't make me appologize for you're pain that you could have avoided. I'll smile and say sorry anyway. Just don't expect to see me around anymore. This is it. The end.
I'll survive though. Its funny how you realize how the people sometimes you complain and joke about really do love you and it kinda makes you feel guilty.
so thanks mom. you made the whole situation good once again.
I have a huge passion for Baseball, Birds, and Botany (actually anything that begins with B). I recently graduated with my M.S. in Plant Biology. I currently teach freshman biology labs and also work for a non-profit in New Hampshire.
“Personally, I believe that there is a divine spark in us that binds us to the rest of creation, not merely as fellow creatures but as caretakers, with an earthly responsibility like the one we imagined for God. I’m not saying you can’t be a conservationist without this feeling — it’s just harder for me to understand what we owe the ivory-billed woodpecker without it.” - Jonathan Rosen
"Getting out into the field is not a means to the end, it itself is the end" - Jonathan Rosen
"In order to change the world we must first change our consciousness of it" - Jonathan Rosen