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A Real Fine Place to Start

And in the endings, there are also beginnings.

And in the endings, there are also beginnings.

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12 thoughts on “A Real Fine Place to Start

  1. Yes!!! “To make an end is to make a beginning.” I keep this quote and other similar ones on my desk at work where I can read them and be reminded of this many times throughout the day.

    You’ve just made a new beginning!

  2. Ya know, I have part of TS Eliot’s Four Quartet’s tattooed across my back. “To arrive where you are, to get from where you are not, You must go by a way wherein there is no ecstasy.” XXOO

  3. Don’t you think it’s ironically appropriate that, given your handle of Fat Bottom Girl, T.S. Elliot was speaking of ENDings. And new beginnings? I’m just saying, sometimes life gives us a sign telling us we’re in the right place, at the right time, and in the right frame of mind.

    • I wish I felt like I was in the right frame of mind tonight. Most Friday nights were spent with friends, and now that is no longer. I am alone tonight, and quite sad. I know I couldn’t continue down the road I was on, but this road is quite lonely.

      • It gets less lonely…I promise! Allow yourself time to grieve the end of the relationship. Just because he was an ass and it ended badly doesn’t mean you aren’t going to miss him or the relationship. It’s okay to be sad and work through all of your conflicting emotions. We are all here for you!!! We will be with you step by step!

      • Yes, unfortunately I will subject everyone to those emotions! LOL. Hopefully I will be through this soon & be back to writing funny shit!!

      • I like any of your “shit” that you write so keep writing and I will keep reading no matter if it’s funny or serious. I like that you are brutally honest…very refreshing!

      • Well keep on reading the shit then!! I am so glad you do! My mother says I am honest to a fault, but I think it’s a rather endearing quality in this day and age. πŸ˜‰

  4. Great quote!! I need to take this one to heart too!

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