HomelifeGoodbye 2016, You Deplorable Viper

As we say goodbye to 2016, I decided to write about some things I learned this  year.  For starters, I learned that I have wonderful and supportive friends who have held me up when I just didn’t think that I would be able to get through another crappy situation.  In case any of these friends ever question my gratefulness for having them in my life, I want them to know that I am truly blessed and appreciate and love them one and all.

I learned about forgiveness this year, and that it’s okay to forgive.  It is healthy to forgive.  After years of feuding with Murt, I extended an olive branch and he accepted.  We may never be best friends, but I am happy that I now have the opportunity to get to know him as a person and to move forward.  However, I also learned that there are some things that can never be forgiven.

I learned that there are some women who are so weak and cowardice that they would do anything to keep a man in their life, even if it meant participating in a smear campaign, and voluntarily conspiring with a convicted felon to assist in destroying people they don’t know to do so.  I learned that people are not what they present themselves to be and behind their public face lies an evil, ugly one that is willing to stop at nothing to prevent the truth from being revealed.

I learned that standing for what you believe in comes with a high price, but to do otherwise is to be a coward. 

This has been a really rough year but I got through it, just as I have in years past.  I’m a survivor and I may get kicked down, but I don’t stay there. 

Happy New Year.  May it be filled with love, laughter and good health.

Author, activist, lover of all animals and a few people.

Defend speech because it’s free; not because you agree with it.

prinnie – who has written posts on Prinniefied.com.


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Goodbye 2016, You Deplorable Viper — 2 Comments

  1. There is actually some good that came out of 2016. A lot of questions got answered and some misunderstandings were resolved. We all learned some important lessons last year. Now, perhaps we can all move on to new and more productive efforts in the new year.

    MURT

    • Yep! Totally agree. I can tell you that having this “war” ended has taken a HUGE weight off of my shoulders, and I feel very good about not having this particular chaos in my life. In retrospect, the majority of it was juvenile for the most part; tit for tat. Here’s looking forward to a happy, healthy, and laughter filled new year. Now if we can just get that one last turd to flush! LOL

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