Follow Your Heart
Glenn shares his strategy for having no regrets.
Well I hope everyone had a wonderful weekend and enjoyed the episode tonight! I know I did. Rebecca and I had just gotten home from a long day by the pool. We were exhausted but ended up diving into a little bit of relationship talk. She lives and works in San Francisco, and I know eventually I will be close to her again once I have to report back to Oakland to play for the Raiders. Rebecca is beautiful and intelligent, and she isn't just going to sit around and wait for me. San Francisco is a wonderful place to meet great people! I better hurry up and figure it out before I run out of time.
I was a little surprised (actually not surprised at all) to hear how Courtney was so judgmental of my relationship with Rebecca, but it was nice for Tara and Drew to have my back! Even though Drew knows better than to ever call a girl a "See you next Tuesday!" Oh lord! The thing that Courtney needs to understand is that every relationship is different, every love is different. Some relationships end only for both parties to reunite years later down the road, get married, and live happily ever after. (I know many of these stories!) I don't ever count anything out in the game of love. I follow my heart the best way I know how, and just because something may not "work" now doesn't mean that it can't later.
Some people say you are going to regret it, or you may lose her forever, or that she is going to be the one that got away. Maybe there is some truth to that, but I would rather just always follow my heart and the outcome will always work itself out the way it is supposed to. If you do that, you can never regret anything! I have never once in my life followed my heart and regretted it! So if my heart leads me back to Rebecca, I definitely won't regret that either!
I wanted everyone to stop by before the Brett Dennen concert so that they could meet Rebecca! Courtney decided to play a game of twenty-one questions, which was fine, because I totally prepped Rebecca for something of the sort. Rebecca and I had a lot of fun dancing at the concert, we both have a strong passion for great music, and she can sing like it is nobody's business!
I am really proud and excited for Matt's Leadership Gala. Matt is a very determined person, and I honestly think that Drew questioning his intentions will only make Matt that much more eager to prove him wrong and prove to himself that he can accomplish anything that he sets out to do.
I hope you all have a wonderful week and I will talk you soon!