I know what I want, and I won’t settle for anything but that quintessential thunderbolt when I see this mystery girl. That’s it. Not about to chase anyone or am I begging for what I want to happen with my ex.
We had a glass of wine last night and I drove probably 40-miles round trip for 50-minutes. I’m glad that next Thursday will be my last trip for some time. However, if she would ask me for help, which she won’t, I would comply. I think that she feels guilty that I’m dropping off food and synching her iPod, but that is the right thing to do and that is me. I want her surgery to go well and for her to recover quickly. I know that she will. I then think that sometime in December, she will start dating. That will be a very good experience for her too.
She was not a corpse. She was open and fairly warm, but exhausted. Her stress that she pretends is not there has caught up with her. It will be a wonderful thing for her to not be able to move and be forced to just think and be. I’m glad that she will have this time and believe that it will be helpful too. I wasn’t remotely attracted to her though, but rather just felt compassion for what she is dealing with currently. That approach made being across from the table from her quite comfortable for me too.
I had a situation visa vi my son blow up this week. I had to put the “smack down” without him in attendance with his father. My ex asked me last night about my parenting woes and I told her that I don’t want to talk about it. She called me a compartmentalizer. I don’t think that she gets that I’m just not willing to hear her judgmental bullshit given that we are not dating. That in addition to her belief that I’m selfish, negative, and creepy will prevent me from ever being her friend. However, I’m very glad that we can be amiable and share space if we have to, because I don’t want to live into this song:
EVERYONE gets these lyrics! I like this video that is a queer take on the gr8 Gotye song.