Wednesday, July 2, 2008

Here's the point (cause there should always be a point)

It's quickly becoming clear to me, after ending a relationship this spring that lasted the past several years, that the life of a single woman is filled with a lot more ups and downs than the life of a committed. (Question: Is this a general rule or just the case when you are in a relationship with someone who quite honestly ended up boring you into the arms of any and all reality shows you could get your glassy eyes on?).

Point is, there's a lot going on here, and I've been blessed with more amazing friends and family than one girl can keep in the loop. I know you care, and I want to tell you, but this is the 10th time I've had this conversation and I need to move on. Also, this should free up some time in the conversation to talk about you. Hence: blog.

I'll really try to keep this all relevant and interesting and save the scattered, schizo, shotgun thoughts to my own private nightstand hardcopy. It's probably better for all involved that way.

2 comments:

maria said...

hmmm....as a bonafide "committed" i will say that the only thing that stopped the ups and downs for me was was some strong medication. :)

of course, everybody's different.

Eliska said...

I love that you answered the question.

I kind of love the ups and downs. Even when they're counterproductive, I don't think I could give them up. I love the ride.