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posted September 21st, 2014, 2:01 am


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November 2nd, 2013, 7:35 am

GreenKrog

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Edit: Yesterday's horrible comment was removed. I don't know if it is posted elsewhere at this point. So the following is somewhat out of context. Be advised that I really want the below message to be said, and I cant find any other way to write it. Sorry for any confusion.

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Uh.. sorry about yesterday.. um.. yeah.

I know I'm a fuck-up, but I think I can still give this advice - you don't have to wait to start living. You can start living right now. There is no better time to be alive than in the life you have right now.

God knows you have a better heart than mine. Go! Live! Laugh! Love! LOVE.

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People have been asking for the original comment, so I posted it on the LJ;
http://greenkrog.livejournal.com/58301.html

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September 21st, 2014, 6:00 am

Cynn

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I am crushing now... shameless I know. All it takes is one person, one moment where you are treated 'right' and the rest of the mess we call this world just goes away. At least that is the way it has worked for me.

The song by Bonnie Tyler, I Need a Hero comes to my mind. :)

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September 21st, 2014, 10:36 am

mittfh

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Vic's last speech - priceless!

Maybe, just maybe he'll be the one to get her out of this particular funk...

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September 21st, 2014, 3:31 pm

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I knew it was a dream sequence but I was still disappointed when he says go back to sleep because she is dreaming still isn't she?
This reminds me of that sequence in LOTR when Arwen says to Aragorn "...then it is a good dream."

Not sure what the ref to horrible comment is - not sure I need to know :(

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September 21st, 2014, 7:35 pm

CuteDress&TwinPonytails

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Assuming that this now is a dream sequence, is the dream manifested from Annie's viewpoint, as if she is dreaming, or is it from Vic's viewpoint, as if he is dreaming ? Or is it a combination of both, as if both are dreaming ? Interesting to ponder.

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" I know I'm a f*ck-up, but I think I can still give this advice - you don't have to wait to start living. You can start living right now. There is no better time to be alive than in the life you have right now. "

This is true. One does not need to wait until one has done a legal name change, done GCS surgery, done HRT drugs, done BA, or a whole host of things to be convinced in their mind, heart, and soul that they are what their correct gender should be. It's called " Coming Out to Yourself ", and can be done entirely within oneself to validate oneself as to their correct gender. Doing this can be an important first step in one's transition, even though it may be a long time, or may never be possible, to do one or all of the other things considered part of transitioning. You are valid all by yourself, at your correct time, as your correct gender, regardless of anything else that may or may not happen.

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September 21st, 2014, 11:50 pm

PaulinaD (Guest)

you're no fuckup!

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For whatever its worth, I dont agree with you being a fuckup. You are kind and insightful. Not to mention you are a talented comic artist who never fails to evoke an emotional reaction from me. So yeah, not a fuckup.

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September 22nd, 2014, 2:22 am

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@PaulinaD: A person can be a rock on the outside with a hollow core inside. I posted the original comment on my LJ if you want to understand.

@stickygirl: If you want to remain in a state of blissful avoidance of things that have no place in this world, then you should not read the horrible comment. If you do want to know, and know further as to why I am now on such a crusade to shed light on my own past to help others;

http://greenkrog.livejournal.com/58301.html

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September 22nd, 2014, 3:12 am

stickygirl

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@GreenKrog: I've heard words like that in head but I've never felt strong enough to cut myself. I tried once and just cried: maybe crying for me is enough. It's the pain inside that is the main act - how it comes out, is something else - sorry don't have the right words

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September 23rd, 2014, 11:22 am

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"With knives and pens we made our plight."

Nobody thinks you're a fuckup. Nobody expects you to be strong all the time, and to be perfect. We still love you.

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January 19th, 2015, 8:45 pm

Lex-Kat (Guest)

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*Hugs*

I've never wanted to cut myself, but I have contemplated suicide many times. And I still (on occasion) pray to whatever Gods/Fate are out there that something awful will happen as I drive home at night and end this horrible life of mine.

You are not a fuck-up for having a weak moment. You are an awesome person for growing stronger and helping others do the same.

*Hugs*

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