A lengthy evening/morning… @madzyadzy
...A place to share My random thoughts on life.
As we approach another New Year, I’m just writing on this to reflect on what has been a rollercoaster of a year for me. 2012 started with me in college studying Journalism and ended with me working full time taking a year out. In between that there were incredible highs and really shit lows and just about everything else in between. I had many great times in 2012. I passed all my assignments in college with flying colours. I worked in the Aviva Stadium, then with Airtricity as a door to door guy (which I wouldn’t recommend to anyone). I finished the year working in Superquinn where I’ve really enjoyed working. I got to see my beloved Chelsea finally win the Champions League. I went to many great gigs, the highlight definitely being Bruce Springsteen at the RDS in July. In October my two year relationship with my girlfriend ended. I never did anything hurtful, but I didn’t do enough for her. I’ve beaten myself up over it so much and now she’s with someone else. I hope she’ll be happy, because she’s still a good friend and deserves it. She’s the most honest, caring and thoughtful person I’ve ever met and losing her has been devastating because I could have done much more. It’s hard to take right now, but I’ve got to learn from it and make myself a better person. I have started dedicating myself to the gym and got driving. I am looking for a fresh start in 2013, but I want all the things that made me happy to still be there. Emotionally and physically this year has taken a lot out’ve me. I’ve burned so many bridges that I wonder if I will ever get something right. I put my foot in it with people and in situations, which I just can’t help. I hope that things will come full circle and my life is where I want it to be in twelve months time and that I can surround myself with all the important people in my life. I’m staying positive. There are people much worse off and I’m lucky to have the life I have. So long 2012, you’ve been tough, but it’ll get better.