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satisfaction through your intoxication (curseconcrete) wrote,
@ 2003-03-10 04:19:00
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    Current mood:insomnia is a bitch
    Current music:Esthero - breath from another

    when you see the peoples images disperse in the rear view mirrior
    So I watched this movie tonight that really reminded me of my life. The title isn't important, I will just say that it really hit home with me. Throughout this movie the main character struggles with alot of different conflicts, the major one being leaving home. It seems as though this character thought he had everything that he wanted in his hometown. Until one day he realized there is so much more out on the open road for him. This hometown, well nowhere town was really holding him back. He had to leave to find love, loss, and regret. In the process he had to say goodbye to his bestfriend from childhood. All these events happened to me in the past couple of months. Up until tonight I didn't realize how lucky I was for doing the things I have done. Regret is a part of growing up and I know this now, strange how a movie puts things into perspective for you. It's true though I have had so many regrets since leaving, but now I am just glad I am out. Too many people talk about doing things but never act on them. I to was one of those people and I am proud to say that I am no longer in that category anymore. Here's to a clear mind ( for the time being ) and open heart, and a fresh new attitude.



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