First, for being so open about everything, she didn't have to do that at all. Second, for choosing for change. Must've been incredibly scary. It's really strange how when someone you love dies, it can open your eyes in such a way you totally turn things around, makes you see what's REALLY important, and also what really isn't, like you suddenly can put thing in perspective. It's just a shame that when you do change things for the better, that person will not be there to see it anymore.
Either way, I really hope she'll be able to make herself happy from now on.
It's really weird and obviously everyones relationships are different, but I can relate so much to what she says about her dad, with my (grand)dad passing away last year as well. More and more I think in many ways this album is gonna be a special one for me.
This article gives me the fear a bit. Why bother planning my life if in 10 years I'm going to feel completely different about everything?!
Seriously, one doesn't need 10 years for that! I'm starting to think that it's never a good idea to plan too far ahead, you're gonna change your mind anyways, sometimes quicker than other times but in the end you will end up changing it, so best live by the day or at most, by the year or something.
Most of the time I feel the exact same way KT describes, except that I don't have all the boxes ticked nor do I have the balls or the option to just quit with everything. I do know that if I should do it all again I would NEVER study medicine for example