Been a while since I’ve actually written something… But I’ve always had these questions I’ve wanted to ask my mom. There was always that guilt that ate me alive whenever I looked at her. I was in the kitchen looking for something to snack on and my mom heard me and came out of her room. She warmed up some stuff and we sat down and talked for a bit. I thought, now would be the perfect time.
Me: “Hey mom… Can I ask you something?”
Mom: “Yeah, what is it?”
Me: “Are you … Okay with me still? You know, me and my… Lifestyle? I feel like sometimes you still think about it whenever you look at me.”
Mom: “Anak (child), of course.”
Me: “I just feel guilty sometimes.”
Mom: “Nooo no. Don’t feel that way, I don’t want you to ever feel that way. I love you, you’re my son. Don’t think like that.”
Me: “Okay… But mom, what happens if I get in a relationship with a guy, and it’s serious… What about dad?”
Mom: “It should be fine. I’ll talk to him when the time comes. We’ll just see.”
Me: “Okay. Sounds good I guess.”
Me: “Mom… I love you.”
And that’s when my mom started tearing. Hah… I don’t normally tell my mom that as often as I should, and she knows that, but I finally felt like the moment was right for it.
I can finally breathe.
LOL oops? ;-*
- most kids my age: hey lets go to the mall
- most kids my age: hey lets go on a date
- most kids my age: hey lets go play sports
- me: hey today seems like a lovely day to change my theme
I think you could fall in love with anyone if you saw the parts of them no one else gets to see. Like if you followed them around invisibly for a day and saw them crying in their bed at night or singing in the shower or humming quietly to themselves as they make a sandwich or even just walking along the street. And even if they were really weird and had no friends at school, I think, after seeing them at their most vulnerable, you wouldn’t be able to help falling in love with them.
when your friend comes over but all you do is sit next to each other and use the internet