Seriously, Columbus is working overtime shifts - with all its heart - to win mine back. Everything that has happened in the past two weeks should have happened well before I began feeling as though it’s time for me to leave. Various friends of old and new relations have come from out of the woodwork, accompanied by strange feelings of insecurity - an insecurity asking me to rethink my decision. To tempt me into a false feeling of relaxed jubilance - through having fun, new and exciting times with new people and a sense of being lonely no more.
This is an unexpected euphoria, a force that has been making the final steps of this transition, a much more difficult and drawn-out one. However today, I’ve been forcing myself to see reason and to remember what the point of leaving everything truly is. After all these recent emotional roller coasters, I will forever remember and cherish my newest relationships - but I’ve come so far and I can’t turn back now.
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