She shared a long letter with her Twitter followers wherein she confesses: "[sic] there’s nothing I want more than to lay and drown this pillow in my tears & think about all my shoulda, coulda, wouldas." She then muses on the human choice to feel pain while living in a world where "there are thousands of brilliant books to be read."
Cyrus never saw herself as Floyd's owner; Cyrus saw herself as Floyd's mother. "[sic] even though moms can’t always control it," she writes, "a mothers greatest responsibility is to keep their baby from anyone hurting them physically or emotionally." The letter reads more like a public diary entry than anything, a cathartic trip into her mind as she openly justifies her reasoning for staying in bed all day and being a "hopeless human." And, hey, that's okay. If that's what it takes to help her heal, than so be it. Cyrus is lucky to have her loyal Smilers rallying for her. "[sic] sad pupils are beautiful too," she writes. Yes, Miley, yes they are. (ONTD!)
sad pupils are beautiful too.... humans. we looooove to feel sorry for ourselves don't we...ive read... pic.twitter.com/6XQMdTLIiS— Miley Ray Cyrus (@MileyCyrus) May 17, 2014