My blog title is a reference to something wonderful. Ask me about it if you're unfamiliar with it!
Thank you, kind anon. I’ll be okay, though. God’s given me enough reasons to be happy that it simply won’t do to remain sad for too long. :) I was just very startled by what happened today and thinking on the implications for the future.
It’s okay! Life goes on. :)
And no, for the time being, that door is not open to me.
Actually, I’ve had better days.
Worse ones, too. I’ll be fine, it’s not the end of me. Besides this stupid wrist, which is, thank God, healing at a remarkable rate, I found out I severely offended some people close to me almost a month ago and that breaks my heart. I had no idea anything had happened, and it frustrates me that no one told me until now.
Also, while I appreciate your thoughtfulness and compassion, I simply do not find your last statement to be true. The problem with it is that the lovely women to whom I am or have been attracted are either in relationships or are not interested in me, or various other extenuating circumstances.
Again, I do appreciate the sentiment! I don’t mean to sound nitpicky. It’s just that, while sweet, it ultimately does not benefit me to believe that I have a chance of dating women with whom I in fact do not. :)
I don’t know about the “slight” part—go big or go home, right? ;)
No, but really, I appreciate you for saying this! I want everyone to be honest and open with me. I don’t know who you are so I can’t say if I reciprocate, but…yeah. Haha
Ever feel like you had a chance with someone but you missed it? Not that you took it and failed, but you never actually chose that path and you regret it. It sucks, of course.
There are worse things, though! Surely, there are, and the people who think there aren’t are being ridiculous. There are absolutely worse things than missing your chance with someone.
It’s just that from the moment you realize your chance is gone, every thought of that person will so freshly remind you of your missed opportunity that you may become blind to those other things from time to time.
T.B. LaBerge // Unwritten Letters to You (via tblaberge)
Daily Haiku on Love by Tyler Knott Gregson (via tylerknott)
if systematically dismantling the need for complex valuable social interaction can be disdainfully expressed in a cheesy bovine pun, yes, i agree with you and fully support the moovement to return to our roots