Posts Tagged ‘the C constant’

Cohabitation

06Feb11

It’s been a bit since my last blog, and I suppose a few things have happened since then that might be considered noteworthy. First off, Dex and I had a conversation last weekend that helped to soothe the soul a bit.  While lying in bed one day, I started the dialogue by saying “What I’m […]


It was a Friday, and I was C’s date to her office xmas party.  It was open bar, and though at first I was resistant to the idea of getting shitfaced, I ended up succumbing to the peer pressure of being surrounded by drunk people.  Combined with barely sleeping, and barely eating, copious amounts of […]


Skepticism

22Nov10

So I’ve been reading the book, “He’s just not that into you”, and there’s only one thing I’ve been able to gather from the first 4 chapters.  If: 1) He doesn’t call 2) He doesn’t write 3) He doesn’t kiss you goodnight 4) He doesn’t ask you on another date 5) He doesn’t try to […]


So here is the thing about my life – I like it how it is.  I live in on my own, by my own rules, at my own pace, and by whatever means fits my mood at the time.  It’s called independence people, and it’s what I thrive in. But a relationship?  Or even when […]


Talking with C yesterday, I made the observation that I haven’t blogged for over a month .. anywhere really.  Her reply was simply “I noticed”, and sometimes I forget that, though my blogs are primarily for me to keep track of the goings in my life, others do in fact read them.  Not the masses, […]


Maturity

11Jul10

The following dialogue occurred today at approximately 6:00pm EST with my ex: k says:  yeah me too … still a fan of the idea of eloping D says:  yes…. I like that idea much better k says:  Darwin actually asked last night if you got married yet, it was funny lol D says:  Lol  … […]


Ummm … yeah. I think that, during my attempts at playful banter, I -might- have asked a guy out. But I’m not sure yet. As a background — I invited him to an event as a joke, and he replied saying it was the weirdest invite he had ever received, and it was a pity […]