61. To be, or not to be?

My husband, Dillon, wrote that for me today. What does that question mean? Maybe it means that there are times where we just want not to exist, when life is really hard and pressing, and we want to fade our way out of being.

Maybe it’s about standing up and choosing to be a certain way, to change and move forward.

Or maybe it’s just an overused line that is easily remembered because the words are short and the rhythm is nice.

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