Lesson #1- Take Chances They called me boy crazy before they ever called me fat. My big bones – at my smallest weight- were still voluptuous. All of a sudden my voluptuous curves were pursued- instead of bullied. We were in the small laundry room of my campus apartment, where we exchanged words – words that didn’t fairly represent us. But I don’t remember much- it was so long ago.) Fast forward . Just like he sounded all those years before- his charming twang made me smile. His words echoed in my head, “Maybe, maybe I’m making the wrong decision, Amanda. He taught me a crucial life lesson, the lesson of self-worth. You do such a fantastic job, Swak made the perfect choice when they picked you for the job :) I wish i had been given that advice & had those realisations when i was young. Love has taught me that not everyone loves the same and that love that’s different from mine is not necessarily wrong. After getting over the fact that I lost my husband suddenly and tragically, I know that relationship love is something I want and need and look forward to again one day.
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