Sometimes I really want a vacation after I wake up. I will check my work calendar online. Sometimes, there are too many things that have to be tried to be turned off before they can spend a day with other people, so I must go to work. Occasionally, once my calendar is empty, I can take a day off - but then I was already awake and how could I stay in bed again?
When I pay my bill, I must first of all not want to see the money slip away, but then I come up with the idea: "What special, work hard!"
Every single time, I looked around at my apartment and it was weird to think that my hard work had been just to make a tile on the head.
When my parents both died. That kind of time you know... No one is around you, no one is with you, and no one loves you unconditionally... Uncomfortable.
All the little things moms and dads did during the process of growing up. The napkin rack will never be empty, toilet paper will never be missing, as well as liquid soap, detergent, sponge, shampoo, garbage bags, and laundry products. Even if I did housework when I was growing up, I never had to pay attention to what I needed to buy.
When I'm happy to spend $700 to buy a new washing machine, then drag it home and replace the old one so I can have clean clothes. When I looked around, I saw my daughter playing fortress in a box and then thought to herself, "When did my imagination die?" To me, it was a sad Sunday.
You have to learn to look forward, brother. This process is not only painful but never really subsided, and you will gradually know how to deal with it. There will always be a hole filled with discontent. Just a few days ago, I saw something in a store and thought, "Oh, my mother would love it!" But she left 13 years ago.