Does time heal all wounds?

I think I'd be naive to say it does. I would like it to, but I do definitely think time makes it better. It doesn't ever heal completely, well not in my experience yet. This has been on my mind today and I'm not sure why.

I guess I'm wondering about the future. What will I be like 10 years from now? Where will I be? How are my experiences defining me as a person? Are they changing me for the good or for the bad? 

I think about the gaping wound of my childhood and how much of it has healed and how some of it is still very raw. I don't think I will every completely heal from those experiences, but I wouldn't be who I am today with out them. If I could have a do over, I definitely would. Things would be different. Do I let the wounds scab over and keep picking at it and picking at it so i'm miserable and sore all the time or do I embrace the scar and say "Yep, that happened, now it's a part of me, but I don't have to dwell on it anymore. It will always be there, but it doesn't have to have my full attention." 


Finally got all the files transferred to my new laptop. Now I'm going through to see if they are all here. I haven't blogged in a bit. Life's been crazy and odd. We are under another deluge of snow. It's driving me batty and I was so incredibly cranky today. (plus I have a fever) We have decided to try and move to Santa Clara. Neither of us can deal with the snow. It's so overwhelming and depressing. So the next few months will be spent apartment shopping and packing. I'll really miss the few friends I've made here. But we'll have all summer to do stuff hopefully.   or