Sunday, January 29, 2017

Working On Consistency

Last week one of my 2017 goals faltered a bit.  Before the new year, I made several goals and one of them is to post to my blog once a week every Sunday.  Well, last week I missed posting.  I wish I could say that I was wrapped up doing something exciting like I've found a new love or off exploring exotic lands, but nope, I was at home struggling with something to write. 

Sunday, January 15, 2017

No Turning Back

One day I overheard a man and a woman having a conversation about romantic relationships.  The woman was talking about a past situation with an ex-boyfriend.  The man asked the woman, that if it were possible to go back in time would she have stayed and did things differently within her past relationship.  After a few minutes of deliberation the woman said, yes.  As the conversation ended I posed that same question to myself.

If I could control time would I go back to my last relationship and do things differently?  I mulled  over that question in my mind repeatedly throughout my day and analyzed it from every possible angle. 

Sunday, January 8, 2017

The Feeling of Peace

I've experienced the feeling of peace on many occasions, but I want to write about this one time in particular.  In our day-to-day lives we don't really think about peace until chaos begins to overwhelm us.  Peace is one of those things that you don't realize is missing until it is gone.

Last summer, I was on a plane and one thing you should know about me is I do not like to fly.  I do not necessarily have a fear of flying but I think about all the things that can go wrong that could have me possibly plummeting to the ground.  The only reason I do fly is because it is a fastest mode of transportation.  I suspect the reason for such awful thoughts is because I do not fly often and therefore have not developed a level of comfort with flying.

Sunday, January 1, 2017

Don't Want To Be Untitled

When a man tells me that he doesn't like titles, I take that as my cue to run NOT walk to the nearest exit.  I like titles.  Titles can keep the interaction between persons organized and free from confusion.  There is no guessing game as to whether we are dating moving toward a girlfriend/boyfriend status (although very soon I will erase those terms from my vocabulary) or we are simply just friends.  Without a title, a relationship is like grass blowing in the wind going in no certain direction or way.