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Just now, I thought I had nothing, but still... Managed to get something out of this seventh-hand bladder of mine and not on the kitchen floor.
When I still ended up ok after my friends constantly tried to get me drunk, after 3 glasses of whiskey, 7 shots of vodka, 2 shots of tequila and 1 glass of rum. This is not a lot for most people but mind you that I don't usually drink unless there is an occasion.
Oy! When you get to deal with my teeth, you should be at least twice that drunk, mate!
I'll have to get back to you on that one. :P
After major surgery.
The day I finally came home after 9 years of hell. I knew I was stronger because I survived all that in one piece. That was a great day!
Probably during a deployment when I had to make some tough decisions.
After burying my husband and realizing I still had a special needs daughter to raise alone.
That, did take a lot of strength Jan.
When I stood up and faced the abusive ex and walked out the door and never looked back
After my father passed away and I had to deliver a speech at his funeral.
That takes strength....I could not do it at my dads funeral....
It does, came so close of losing it.
I can imagine...
Neither could i
I did that as well. It was tough but I think it was actually tougher telling the kids he was gone than giving the speech. Our heads are all kind of messed up for a few days when we go through that.
I agree. My daughter took it quite hard, my son was too young.
The day my dad and mom passed away.
I don't have anything inspirational to say, but I was impressed when out hiking with friends who were notably taller and stronger than me (I've always been small and underweight and perceived as weak), and yet I could go on longer and push further than they could. I'm not gonna be able to bench-press, but I have endurance power, even more than people who have much more brute strength than I do.
So in the most literal sense, I realized I was stronger than I thought, in a different way than we maybe mostly think of strength.
Ripping open a new bag of potato chips way past the intended opening :(
Being alone with my brother,till the very end and closing his eyes.
Taking care of my dying brother.Keeping my promise to him that he would die at home and he would have a military funeral.
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