Go to the beach
I can’t believe all this is going to die.
one year: I have no idea and it terrifies me.
Five years: I hope I’m happy with a good career and a stable relationship.
Ten years: I hope I’m happy with the career I want and a stable relationship. Maybe a family.
Twenty-five years: I hope I’m in the career I dreamed of and happy in it. I hope I have a family with a lot of love in it.
Fifty years: I hope I’m with someone I love very much so that I can live out the rest of my life with them.
Photography by George Burgin (Billings, Montana); Billings, Montana
I really need to just get over it. I still want more, but I need to accept that this is all I’m going to get. I can’t keep wanting what we had because it won’t happen, even if I don’t agree that we didn’t work. I need to accept and enjoy what is there now, instead of wanting more. Your friendship is more than just a consolation prize at the end of a failed relationship.