Posts Tagged "family"

WaS I thaT Bad?

»Posted by on Jul 25, 2012 in My Blog..., The Rightings | 1 comment

WaS I thaT Bad?

She loved him with all she had within her, time went by and he cheated, they split…she tried her best to move on and did… For months she asked her self, “Was I that bad?” She felt so good when he finally called to say that he was wrong and that he messed up because he now realized that nobody loved him the way she did…she doesn’t want him back or anything, it just feels good to know that she was at least appreciated… Do you know what I mean when I say “I don’t need you back, and I don’t need you to be in love with me, I just need to know if through it all and at the end of the day that you at least love...

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communiCate..

»Posted by on Jul 12, 2012 in My Blog..., The Rightings | 1 comment

communiCate..

He stutters when you tell him that you are going out, you know that when he stutters, something is bothering him, because he doesn’t say that he doesn’t want you to go, you go due to the technicality of verbal communication failure… you have to start dealing with your significant other based on how you know they feel and not always based on what they are able to verbally express to you…you are playing games when you know what a person is trying to do or say and act like you don’t just because they are unable to express what is really going on in them. Stop the games and help them learn how to communicate to you what it is you know they want you to know…...

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I know He is real. . .? The whole story

»Posted by on Mar 25, 2010 in Jermaine Lewis, Short Stories | 4 comments

Chuck sat on the edge of his bed and thought of all the decisions he had made that caused him to be sitting in the position he was in, depressed, starving, and broke. The solution had one bullet left and a deadly assignment, seconds before the trigger was pulled the suicide was interrupted by the ringing of the phone, Chuck answered and said, “what up Dee?” Chuck had been clean for 5 years now and things were going great. His wife was supportive, and had forgiven him for things that he had yet to forgive himself for doing. Chuck had grown up in the church and was an honor roll student his whole life, went on to be a permanent member on the Dean’s List at Hampton University. One night feeling bored and unchallenged by life, Chuck decided...

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