I recently passed my 25 HS reunion mark (though there was no actual reunion). I called a lot of old friends, even three old boyfriends--all of whom I ended on a bad note with.
Not only did they not hang up on me, they were thrilled to hear from me, and had often wondered about me over the years, just as I had occasionally wondered about them!
The conversations were just right. Not awkward. I apologized to one, and he said, "Forget it."
"KATHY! Forget it!"
It was great. Laughing, gossipping about old classmates, filling each other in on what you'd done in life and where you'd gone.
I'm glad you're mad now and not sad. Put her behind you now, then pull her out again in 20 years! You (AND SHE) will see then that it wasn't all in vain.
But seriously, I'm sure she'll one day come to her senses. Even if we never speak again for the rest of our lives, I'm fine with that. Someday, I'll meet someone new and I'll wonder why I even made such a big fuss over Mel. I'll also know better than to commit my entire life's work to the principle of us being together forever.
I'd like to thank everyone who's supported me through this tough time. You all rule!
Now, I think I'm going to go watch The Succubus. I haven't seen that episode in a while (I missed it when it aired last night) and it's a great episode with a great lesson!
Now that she's gone, I can't really remember what I saw in her!
I went from being perfectly fine with the breakup to being a pouty little baby to being an overly sensitive drama queen... king... whatever. Now I'm back to the perfectly fine stage, hopefully for good. I'm ready to move on this time. Hopefully, there will be no tension between me and Mel. There wasn't in the first place until I created some, but hopefully, she'll forgive me for the things I've said about her and we can put this behind us.
A very fine metal wire loop in the shape of a diamond is attached to a metal circle you hold with your thumb and forefinger. Stick the little diamond through the eye of the needle [it's as fine as thread, but much stiffer and easy to push (!!! )]. Then stick the thread through the big "eye" of the wire diamond.
Pull the diamond back out, and your needle is threaded!
JNSPdiehard wrote:I'll be coming out to my mom tonight.... (I'm bi for those that don't know...)
I am now done with school work for the semester, hurah!
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