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2005-A Year in Review

WOW! The past year of 2005 has been a year filled with heart break, heart ache, and the re-discovering of ME.

I had a bad break up at the end of 2004, and up until May of 2005, I still carried around the feelings of rejection and loss of my break up.

But as the year went on, I realized that what happened in my life was needed. It was completely necessary because in that relationship I wasn't SassyScribe. I was pretending to be the woman that I thought the man wanted. I wasn't myself and that is the biggest loss of my life that I've ever felt. The problem was in my relationship before that one, I wasn't myself, and then I vowed not to do that again, and I did it...all to please men that didn't necessarily want me to please them.

However, I digress, I've learned alot about myself, and I know I've stated that alot throughout my postings, but its true. Everyday, I learn something new and different about my life, my thoughts, my sexuality, my loving, my sense of who I am, what I want to achieve, and where I want to be in life.

See in the past, the most important issue in my life was the men that were in it. Ohhh the error of my ways. If I spent as much time on my social life as I did with my writing, I'd be on the New York Times Best Seller list...so for 2006, my goal is to focus. Focus on the most important part of my life---my writing.

The men will come and the men will go, that is a fact of life. But so long as I have my mind, and my abundantly vivid and creative imagination, then the sky is the limit....

How did the year 2005 shape your life?

SassyScribe

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