Hold on to what is important

With everything that has happened, I’ve learned to evaluate just what is important to me as a person. What makes me wake up in the morning and say to myself, I’m okay with my decisions and there were no better choices.

I’ve recently been hit with a recurrence of an old relationship. I can see things swirling down the same path, and the drama begins. I believe it’s best to drop an issue before it becomes something larger.

ADDITION August 7, 2013:
And I continue down the same path, not even listening to myself…

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