It always seems that the tears come back at the most unexpected of times. I was sitting here at the computer earlier, and had media player on random when the song "You Still Smile" by Deliverance popped up. Not many people would understand why I sat and cried without knowing the song. It wasn't only the song itself, which is very lovely and sad I might add, but also another memory I have connected to it. My ex is a rather well known vocalist in the christian metal genre of music. I remember one evening when he was home him putting that particular CD in the stereo and singing along with the track while hugging me and sort of dancing (not that either of us really dance..it was more rocking in place) Jimmy Brown is a mentor of his, and at times, they do tend to sound eerily alike anyway. So the next thing I know, I'm sitting here crying my eyes out. Its just like I said in my post on valentines day:
Even good memories can break your heart later, when the person connected to them is gone…
Helen Losse said:
Crying isn’t bad. Hang in there.