He’s just not that into you pt 1

30 01 2007

I’m going to start reading ‘He’s Just Not That Into You’ soon. I’ll be making comparisons between it, my past romantic history, and my life, currently. Should be interesting conversation going on there.



23 01 2007

‘Love is either a spark of genius or a flood of stupidity.’ ~Unknown

Being a token

23 01 2007

I had an interesting conversation with a friend the other day. She mentioned to me that I had always been her commitment and relationship-phobic friend. Then out of nowhere, I’m taken.

In fact, I’d always been the comfortably single friend. The token single female friend, as it were. Now, all of a sudden — I am also the taken girl. To be honest, it’s throwing a wrench in my comfortable life routine too.

Of course, I’m not complaining… it’s just strange.

Cheers to the strategic nice guy that snagged me. Thus disproving ‘Embrace the Unknown’s theory that bad boys are desirable. They are desirable, perhaps in one or a few capacities. Beyond that — I like my nice guy just fine, thanks.

Spam attack!

18 01 2007

So who else in WP land just got bitch-slapped with all these new spam comments? I’m talking about the ones from people with seemingly real names (Jane Tennille) with the website (google.com) the obviously spammy email addresses and a single line of text (Google is the best search engine)?

I’m not knocking Google as the best search engine… and I dig the comment love — but there’s no tolerance for that on 25 cents.

EDIT: Apparently, I’m the only *special* one. Pfeh.

An observation

17 01 2007

Strategic nice guys get the girl.

What makes girls/guys tick?

16 01 2007

If I could answer this question, I wouldn’t have quite so many guy-type drama. How does one make the conscious decision to ‘oh, I think I like _______ now’ or ‘oh, I think it’s time for ______ and I to do something’ or ‘it’s time to move to the next level’ — whatever that next level is?

I’m sorry for the vague references — but you know what I mean, right?

Inspiration 8

3 01 2007

“I don’t know what I want anymore, but I know what I need. When I have what I need, I’ll know what I want.” Jeff James

Well, that pretty much sums up where I was exactly a year ago. I finally got what I needed, and thankfully — I actually know what I want now. Yay. Hopefully, he experiences the same good fortune.