A Reoccurring Conversation

“We talked about this”

“I know.” I said as I hung my head staring at my hands

“So, what happened?”

“I thought I could do it alone”

“Why would you want to do that?”

“I don’t know, to show I can maybe”

“To show who?”

I couldn’t think of an answer right away, so I sat looking around, not knowing what to say.

“You don’t have to do that you know. I love you, no matter what.”

“I know”

“So, what are you going to do about it”

“Well, you have taught me that I need to be accountable for my actions, I guess I will own up to it and take whatever comes my way.” I replied.

“That’s a good start, but what about when you are trying to figure things out by yourself again, because you know it is going to happen again?”

“I’ll try to remember to come to You for a second opinion

“I only want what is best for you”

“I know” I said as the warmth filled my belly. “Hey!”


“Thank you God”



About joatmon14

Man in recovery from everything, looking for a little help, inspiration and direction.... Have spent the last 25 years working in big business, getting lost in all the chaos, not feeling like what I did mattered. By no means am I a professional writer nor do I even think I am that good, but it is something I love to do. Getting lost in a world of words, even for just a little while is why I started my blogs. In reality, at the age of 49 I am trying to find my voice. To find my passion. Maybe starting a little late, but better late than never. I write for me, I enjoy reading other's thoughts very much as well and look forward to the day that I can hold an extended, intelligent, meaningful conversation with YOU View all posts by joatmon14

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