Saturday, March 18, 2006

It's hard work.

This past week's events included me having a nervous breakdown, broke up with my boyfriend, had a two-day mourning period and then spoke with him and decided to try again.

Yeah. Life is hard. But there are just somethings that you need to fight for, work out, work through and make better.

What they say is true about not knowing what you have until it is gone, and it is also true that you've found someone truly special when you find someone who can forgive you for your mistakes, even when you hurt them really, really badly.

So that's what's up. One day at a time and all that.

And in a world that is fucked up enough to unleash THIS upon a tender and unsuspecting public (that will no doubt adore it, despite the fact that it is the like intellectual self-poisoning), it is good (maybe even necessary) to have a partner to keep you happy and sane.

8 comments:

  1. Well, at least it was co-written by the people that brought us 11-Academy-Awards-winning Max Keeble's Big Move. And I done heard me a fart joke in the trailer.

    Remember: when you get to 19, you get a free Rolling Stones song.

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  2. The world is officially over and is simply awaiting Armageddon to make it official.

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  3. Not screening for critics. I don't know whether to be pissed off by that or relieved beyond measure.

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  4. And in a world that is fucked up enough to unleash THIS upon a tender and unsuspecting public (that will no doubt adore it, despite the fact that it is the like intellectual self-poisoning),

    How scary is it that I knew exactly what it was going to be before I even clicked on the link?


    Good luck, VV. Hang in there.

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  5. It's hard work.

    Would that more people understood such a simple thing. Good on you for not giving up on a good thing.

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  6. Good luck to both of you. Take care.

    Ahianne

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  7. how can you be anything but hopeful in a world with a new doctor who?

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  8. Frankly, I'm surprised it's taken this long to find a film vehicle tacky enough to lug around his schtick. (However, my level of surprise at this is exceeded by my surprise that the president hasn't yet exhorted the troops to "'git 'er done' over there in Eye-raq."

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