When I get upset, I have trouble doing anything except fuming and then tearing up. I’m constantly telling my
5 31-year-old self, “Use your words, Thoughtsy.”
But you know what’s even better than using my words to describe how I’m feeling? Using your words.
I Like Boys Who Wear Glasses: Do you really mourn the person you lost? Or do you mourn losing the person you thought he/she was? When you look at it critically… Isn’t what you really lost your dreams, your hopes, your wishes for the future?
I left Kiefer because I lost hope. And I’d reached a point where I needed more than hope.
Simply Solo: But you ARE the one for some man out there, and the more time you waste with the guy who’s not sure, not ready to take the plunge, the more time you will spend in silent heartache. You are not an impatient woman for wanting to be married.
I want to get married. And the guy who doesn’t want to marry me? He isn’t the right guy for me.
Jules’s Guest Post: It’s not supposed to be hard. When it’s right, it’s easy.
Most of Kiefer and I’s relationship was easy, and I think that’s why it lasted so long. We hardly ever argued or had any conflict. And when we did, it was always about his commitment issues.
Izzie Darling: “If you see a red flag, don’t try to make it magenta. What you see is the way it is. Believe it and act accordingly.”—Magnolia Miller
Favorite Comment From the Last Post: “…If you run into that lady again, as soon as she leaves do that ‘crazy person’ thing where you whirl your finger around your ear and then point at her. No explanation necessary.”—So I Went Undercover