YOU BEGIN TO DETERMINE WHAT LIKE IS, AND ISN’T

YOU BEGIN TO DETERMINE WHAT LIKE IS, AND ISN’T

We remember after one specially bad battle with all the kid who played my heart like a yoyo inside my university years, my dad (a quiet guy, perhaps maybe perhaps not too large on feelings) came into my space and handed me a cool facecloth to dab my face (which appeared to be a massive beet which had dropped from the vehicle) and stated, “you, he wouldn’t do this” if he really loved. This was my fuddy-duddy dad talking rubbish (what did he know about love at the time . except that having been gladly hitched for 35 years), the good news is we totally have it. Mulcahy comes this right down to finally realising the real difference “between what you need, and the thing you need.”

THE BATTLES OWN LESS FIGHT

Recall the battles you had in your 20s? Storming rows in the centre the evening, screaming at everything to have a response – your sibling is just a cow/you’re joking your self if you were to think anybody is ever going to purchase one of the paintings/you have halitosis – that sort of thing. Continue reading “YOU BEGIN TO DETERMINE WHAT LIKE IS, AND ISN’T”