WHEN THE MAN — Accidentally Threw The Diamond Out With The Trash ;0P

Reflection from November 11th, 2012 @ Age 31


It’s just such beautiful irony that Adam thought he could just throw me away with the trash, and not have any consequences (as April reminded me).  Isn’t it funny then, how, when all is said and done, the one thing that I grappled most horrifically with in the span of my lifetime to-date (Dave aside), is the one thing (well…maybe not Dave aside…the two things that are) saving me today.  As Judy said, it’s comical really, how Adam always cared more about his money than about me—that now the law is making him pay in money for throwing me away.  Guess I’m pretty lucky, in so many ways really, especially now though for sure, to have so many people out there looking after me.  Still.

Maybe there is something to be said, about good rising above evil.  Maybe it’s just the kind of thing that takes great time to cultivate so well.


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