i get really amazing emails from the foxhole.
i always get a lot of emails about the “work wolf saga”.
i can’t lie,
but the foxhole helped me get through that.
it was one of the toughest trials in my life.
i have been thinking about work wolf,
my past situations,
and all the lessons i learned from them and in-between.
i wanted to share a few with the foxhole…
the one thing we like to give,
but sometimes can’t handle it when it settles.
once you’re paying it to someone,
it can feel empowering af.
you did me wrong!
now i’m ignoring your triflin ass!
once you’re paid it tho,
by someone you thought you connected with,
it can make you feel like pure shit.
there is no cheering on yourself for walking forward.
“i held my head up high after i was ignored!
pat me on the back!”
it might bring out the secret you may not be over them.
let the narcissists and sociopaths tell it…
they wasn’t shit anyways!”
i might be a different breed.
i was running a little late for work.
as i was walking towards my office,
i see a “familiar” face looking at his phone across the street…
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when i saw his phone the last time we saw each other,
i already knew the answer.
the screen was cracked the fuck up,
chips was missing from the armor,
and it was completely broken down.
i asked him:
“omg why does your phone look like that?
it never looked like that when we hung up.”
he didn’t answer.
he knew the answer as much as i did too.
he always had a phone case and screen protector.
he actually gave a fuck about those things when i was in his life.
when we were together…
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2017 has truly been the year of wake up calls.
it has also been the year of unexpected goodbyes as well.
it really has been exposing who is really in your corner.
i thought i had good straight wolves as friends,
but i see just how i meant nothing to some of them…
Continue reading “It’s A Good Year For Wolves To Walk Out Your Life!”
“what you doing?”
“i’m gonna pick you up later…”
thank god for that text.
it was damn near 1000 degrees outside.
the thought of taking all those trains,
and transfers that came with it,
felt like hell.
i still had to walk a few blocks home so i was happy for the ride…
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