And I came home late last night, but it could be worse.
My heart still beats and my feet still work.
There was a light shining down and it wasn’t the moon.
What if secretly it was you?
I was on my way to the busstation when I remembered that I needed to run to the shops again because I needed new shoes. So I went back and made my way to my favourite shoe shop.
After I spent about one hour looking at all the shoes in the shop, men shoes included I don’t know why though, I went out of the shop without new shoes.
So I made my way to another shoe shop, I have never bought anything in that shop but I thought I could try.
I didn’t find any.
So I, deeply frustrated, made my way to the busstop again and waited for my bus to arrive.
Only, I had spent so much time looking for shoes that the last bus to the little village I live in was already gone.
After I noticed the unfortunate turn the evening took (no new shoes and missed the last bus) I got out my headphones and started to listen to my ultimate ‘sad-moment’ playlist.
(Tbh it’s basically just Halseys ‘Badlands’)
I then started to walk in the direction of said little village. Until I came along a very nice looking little shop and I couldn’t resist but go in.
When I came out, again not very happy because the shop wasn’t half as nice as it looked from the outside, it was already completely dark. I was never very keen on walking home alone, but as soon as it’s dark it isn’t that bad anymore.
That does sound utterly stupid, I admit. But I love to walk around when it’s dark, even though I, of course, know that it is very dangerous.
That was, however, what got me walking home with a stupid smile plastered on my face and the feeling that even if a day goes terribely wrong, something will light your mood and you will be happy.
In the end you will be happy.