Chloe Rose Violet
Writing from the heart about love, life, and everything else in between.
Lifetime Legend of Zelda fan
-Play the hell out of the cards that you have been dealt-
At Least I Have This
It was quite a feat, the sinking of the Titanic. The Unsinkable ship she was called by so many people. It was April 15, 1912, in the wee hours of the morning and the Titanic had just sunk. Dazed and confused, I sat upon a lifeboat with about 20 other passengers or so. I was six months pregnant with my first child. My husband Clark, was not with me. The last I had seen of him, was from aboard that very ship that had just sunk into the icy waters below. He had placed a kiss firmly on my lips before we departed, as if to say, 'I'll see you soon'.
Please Tip Your Writer
I owe my followers on Vocal a little bit of an explanation for my signature on the majority of my posts. I had spent a good chunk of my years serving for a small-town family restaurant. The place has been near and dear to my heart for so many years because a part of me feels as if I grew up there. I grew up serving.
Screw Love Spotify Playlist
I have a warped perception of love. I know that. I feel very differently about myself because of that. On Valentine's Day, just about two years ago now, I gave myself the greatest gift of all... my own house for me and my two kids. I was expecting my second child when I moved into my current place. After all the pain I had gone through, I wanted a new place to love. I moved into my new three-bedroom home back in February 2020 before the pandemic began. I had so many good intentions with this new home. It was really close to family members and playgrounds. I had decided that it was a new place for happy memories. That's what I told myself with this gift for us. Who was I kidding back then. After years of asking someone to love me on my birthday and those important days like Christmas and well I don't know Valentine's Day, I decided to give up on love and just love myself in any way shape or form possible.