when I was younger my dad didnt let me go to that one high school party everyone was going to. He asked me “what do you want?” Being naive I said, “All I want is freedom”. My dad said, “Sweetie, you will never be free. you’ll grow up and college or a paper and more likely your job, will keep you from doing what you want. I will be the least of your worries soon enough baby. There are bigger obstacles that will take away your freedom so get use to it.”

this lesson has never been more relevant than now. 

Thanks dad. i miss you. 

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drake got me thinkin bout my ex and i dont even have an ex

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