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Sometimes, When I Was Young

Sometimes the right thing feels all wrong until it is over and done with. - Alice Hoffman

When I was younger, I was reckless and crazy. I was always broke but never worried about the future. I take that back, I always worried about the future, I just ignored it and had another cocktail.

When I was younger, I worked in nightclubs and restaurants, drank with comedians, and went to strip clubs. I thought I would own a coffee shop one day or manage a restaurant. I did not think I'd be working in an office or writing a blog.

When I was younger, I gave my heart away too quickly, kissed a few girls, went to concerts, and danced till dawn. I wished more than once that it would never end.

When I was younger, I fell hard for a guy that would take me six years (on and off) to leave and more tears than I care to admit. When we weren't together I was free. My freedom lasted until I became bored with romance or heartbroken. I went back to him like an addict until I broke the cycle.

When I was younger, life was messy and complicated. I didn't think I would know real happiness and especially not true love, but I was wrong.

When I was younger, I could not imagine the life I have now, but that was when I was younger.

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