Very Hard Times

I am going to be obscure, because I have to be. Maybe one day I will be able to tell you all the things. All the things that have lead up to this moment that has me writing in cryptic messages.

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The truth, or as much as I can say it at the time, is that I am pretty fucking miserable right now. In fact, this may be the most miserable I feel when writing to you, which is why I have put it off so long. You see, we all go through very hard times. I am going through a hard time right now, but I am doing my best to be the best father to you I can. You are, after all, what I have left—things get lost in the fire, and sometimes it’s devastating.

So I am standing on the rubble from the fire now, kiddo. It smell of ash and smoldering embers. But I know I’ll rebuild and I will be stronger and better for it one day. I will have the scars to show for it, but I will have emerged. We will have emerged, and we will be strong, the two of us, together. I hope one day you will be able to see these times as I have, but with rose-colored glasses. One day you will see how far we’ve come together and you will appreciate the life I’ve worked so hard to create for us both. A life of fun, carefree and youthful. A life that embraces your individuality and strengths to allow to you achieve great things. But it’s a hard battle fought, kiddo.

You Are The Glue

I don’t want you to read this one day and think I have made sacrifices for you, because that’s not the case. You are, unknowingly, the glue that is holding my pieces together. You are everything I need to be complete. As long as I have you and we’re good, then my life is full. The rest doesn’t matter. Not to us. You and I are a team, and we take care of each other. That’s what teams do. You’re doing your part and you don’t even realize it, so I do my part as well.

Just know, that I am doing my best. I am struggling, Holden. Never with you, but with everything else. Life is hard sometimes, but it won’t always be hard. I am trying to keep that in mind.

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