Part one of thousands
I was sure doors would open in front of me, and for long I seemed to have lost the keys.
I thought I’d always be thin. Now I can’t imagine myself without my breasts and hips. But I also thought I would never have to worry about my weight, and now I know I need to.
I thought I did not need to get married, and I wanted to have separate lives with an independent boyfriend, and many casual foreign lovers. But then I met you.
I swore I’d never take drugs. Now I add: I do not take drugs unless a respectable member of the medical society rightfully prescribes them to me.
I thought I’d never doubt about how good I am, and for almost four years I did nothing but this.
I thought I was meant to be rich, and I have learned to scale down my expenses with no regrets nor anger.
I thought happiness was overrated, now it’s almost the only thing that counts.
The list can continue, and will.