I’m 26. All the people I graduated with all have kids, all have wives, all have people who care if they come home at night.
Jesus Christ, did I fuck up?
And you think that I’m angry, but I think that you’re sad. We know it’s not so bad here living the life we have, so hey, thanks.
It is thanks to The Wonder Years I’ve stopped seeing life in a negative way. I used to let every bad thing about my life weigh me down. I was constantly thinking about how worthless I was, how little I had accomplished, how few things I had to be thankful for. Through Dan Campbell’s lyrics and TWY’s music I began to understand how fantastic life actually is - and how thankful I am for the honor of living. I have a family who loves me, and now I have a girlfriend who loves me, too. I’ve stopped comparing myself to others, and I’ve learned to appreciate myself for who I am. I do what I can not to let negative people and bad happenings pull me down, and I try to do my best to make others feel the way I do. Love > hate.
I’ll be in the backyard laughing out by the fire saying I’m sick of running away. Maybe I’ll stay.
We’ll be in the backyard causing problems for the neighbors screaming we’re sick of running away. We’ll stay.