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.


maria said... 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.