I choose to become someone better

“It’s not about finding someone better. It’s about becoming someone better.”

I came to this realisation last night. Would have made a perfect retort but I’m way past retorts at this stage.

Had lunch with G today, and things happened as I predicted. Not quite the extremes of what I had in mind, but suffice to say that my idea of ‘lunching to catch up’ is very different from some people’s idea of it. The temerity of people doesn’t anger me any longer. People will do what they think they can get away with, and it’s up to me if I want to continue being old me or commit to the person I’ve become/trying to become.

I choose to become someone better.

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