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That’s not the point. She married him. He wasn’t her bf. She was talking about how great Luckier to be Scottish shamrock shirt her marriage was and her husband was but wanted out. I just didnt connect to her. I still can’t. It doesn’t make sense to me. If he was a jerk, I’d get it.
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It’s all about choices Wendy and I didn’t connect to her story is all. Should she be applauded for her choice to bail out of a great marriage and husband because she wasn’t “happy”? Marriage is a commitment. It can be really hard and unless there are monumental reasons to leave one is an entirely different story. Luckier to be Scottish shamrock shirt By what I heard, there wasn’t. Am I happy she bailed before kids were involved? Yes definitely. But then again, It’s my opinion as you’ve stated yours.
My last sentence was my own sentiment. It wasn’t meant for you. I don’t get why you took it personally. People calling her “spoiled brat”, “selfish” based on one single video is indeed spreading hate. Why do people find it so hard to accept alternatives? And please read my comments again before you reply foolishly again. I totally agree with you. Typical selfish personality problems. When everything’s served in a silver platter but their lives remain empty because they lost the appreciation of smaller simple things in life. Despite quite a privileged background I also had dips of hardships and that taught me appreciation. It’s a skill that’s almost lost especially in people living in capitalist countries. On my darkest days that’s when I learned how to appreciate even a 5 minute phone call from a friend, or simply going to a park appreciating the stillness of water. Materialistic people always want something better. It’s ok to accept defeat when you can’t reach your goals, it’s ok to feel vulnerable from time to time and it’s ok to realise you can’t have it all.