While I was out walking earlier this evening, I was listening to my iPod and thinking of how much truth there is in country music. Reba reminded me of that as she confidently belted out “Consider Me Gone.”
I don’t remember all of the words and am too lazy/disinclined to look them up right now, so you’ll have to be content with this paraphrase:
“If I’m not the one thing you can’t stand to lose,
If I’m not that arrow to the heart of you,
If you don’t get drunk on my kiss,
If you think you can do better than this,
Then I guess we’re done,
Consider me gone.”
Go Reba! Tell it like it is. This song reminded me that everybody deserves the very best that life and love have to offer. I repeat EVERYBODY deserves the BEST. No exceptions. So why don’t more people realize that? You don’t have to settle. You don’t have to take leftovers or crumbs. You deserve the best. Truly, you do. And if you’re in a “relationship” with someone who thinks he or she can do better or who doesn’t get drunk on your kiss, bid them adieu.
Yes, it will be painful. Yes, you might be alone for a while. Is that any worse than being with someone who’s lukewarm about you??? Someone who neither appreciates nor respects you? Again, you deserve the best, something that Etta James calls “A Sunday Kind of Love.”
4 thoughts on “Reba’s Reminder”
Love this! Don’t do anything half way…
oh balderdash i say, balderdash,quuote me scripture and verse on this one beba, or marla as the case may be, balderdash, it is all romantic nonsense, my kisses never did taste like wine…..i hpe they never do
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oh karma dear, consider me here nd present
You are right, everybody deserves the best. The major problem though is that most of us have a hard time letting go. 🙂
I hear you loud and clear. My question is letting go of WHAT? Letting go of something so-so when you could have something so much better? Is it fear? Is it self-doubt? Hmm. I think I'm getting an idea for another post.