Trying this Honesty Thing

October 7, 2008 at 11:12 pm 1 comment

You know what makes honestly so frustrating? you never see the beauty of truth and honesty. I’m not sure why that is when everyone knows how easy it is to spill lies instead of owning up to truth.

For the first time in a relationship I had the opportunity to lie to make something appear better, but I chose to be honest.

You know I wonder if he even notice that I was honest instead of lying? But then there are an immeasurable amount of times I have been told the truth over lies and failed to give anyone credit.

I have never been excited about someones honesty because I have always figured that is what people are “supposed to do.” Now I am beginning to see that honesty isn’t a must with people anymore and should be valued.

I want to have a relationship based on truth, trust, and honesty. I think I can do that.

I don’t want to be a bad girl anymore. I was old fashioned before and last year I chose to be a bad girl. Honesty wasn’t a huge thing to me. I feel much more like myself in my old fashion ways.

I don’t know how this boy is getting me to rethink my last year choice to be a bad girl and change back to myself old fashioned and traditional.

I guess a bad girl was about having fun, but that didn’t work for me. Now I am having fun, and I think my honesty might be noticed.

Maybe it is just how do you tell someone you noticed their honesty?

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