It's safe to say that some of my most popular blog posts are the ones in which
I am a raging bitch, or I'm having another quarter life crisis - usually about hockey.
Some of my favorite emails have come from hockey fans who have thanked me for giving them an insiders peek of what our "hockey life" is like - one person told me that I have given a real face and a real family and real feelings to a game and it's transactions. Those words are humbling.
Humbling, because I'm just a simple girl who doesn't know all that much about hockey, and because TJ is just a minor pro player. We aren't really all that special. But our story that I share here has connected us with some really amazing people.
And I love writing posts like the ones that I mentioned above.
They are freeing.
But to be truthful, those posts were fucking exhausting.
It's scary to put your thoughts and emotions onto a chopping block like that.
Something that makes me almost sad about what my blog has become is that I know what keeps people coming back for more...I know that I have to share or say a little bit too much to cause conversation.
Because really, there is no point in me keeping this space active if people aren't interested in reading what I have to say...but are people only interested in our story when we're in an unhappy situation?
Sometimes, it feels like it.
But I hope that my feelings are wrong.
Because Today, We Are Happy.