1. Time To Fly.. But Wait.

    January 19, 2016  |  0 Comments

    I began to write this post in September.. I left it as a draft and time went by.. I see it now and I’m going to post it.. It’s funny how my feeling changed from freedom to travel.. to locked out.. All because of the judge..

     

    Post from August:

     

    It’s been a while. A little too long..

    I got busy with so much. And that’s not excuse. It shouldn’t be. Maybe my mind has been busy with a lot, and I just shut off from time to time.
    So here’s what’s been happening..

    End of August, I get a phone call from my lawyer. He says “you can travel now! But make sure you and come back in time for your next court hearing”. Excellent! Right? Wrong.

    I book my flight only days later to go to New York City. And I found out something horrible happened while I was there, I was alone, and it happened. It hurt, it broke my heart, and it will stay with me forever. I won’t go into detail, as it’s personal.. But I couldn’t not mention anything.. Because that’s how my one vacation in three years was ruined. But it’s okay. I’m back in Lebanon, and I’m healing with time. And I have you to help me through all this.  The best part is, I now have the ability to leave and travel, whenever I want. What a beautiful feeling one should always feel. It’s hard to see the beauty in things when you have the freedom to do so whenever you want. But when I got that phone call it was like a weight had been lifted off of me. I can finally travel. Whenever I want, wherever I want. And I already know where I want to go to next!

    Tuesday the 29th came by and I went to court that day. I saw all the people that hurt me, people I hate seeing in handcuffs, and people I just can’t stand to look at. It was postponed. Of course it was. What was I thinking? I went with hope, once again.

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