Eventually I’ll stop writing about the relationship

18 02 2007

Maybe because it’s only been about a month. I’m, no, *we’re* in this thing called the honeymoon phase. I’m assuming it means we’re all sweet and cutesy.

Or at least that’s what we’re supposed to be doing.

I think it’s mostly a result of my headstrong OCS (see Justin V’s post) personality clashing with the whole relationshippy concept. You know, the part where it states I have to get along with this other person. This other person that’s in far closer proximity than anyone else. This other person that I’ve been spending an extraordinarily large amount of time with.

I like my ‘me time’. I’m a ‘me time’ kinda gal. I’m an ‘a LOT of me time’ person. This boyfriend thing is putting a cramp in my style. (edited due to boyfriend’s reaction: cramped style in that I can’t be cynical and sarcastic single girl on account of loss of single status — I can certainly still be cynical and sarcastic girl. really — this sarcasm thing sometimes does not travel well along the lines of digital text)

I’m not saying it’s a BAD thing… it’s just something I’m not entirely used to. And the [welcome] invasion of my little bubble is causing some major waves.

If this is the honeymoon… I can’t imagine what happens when the honeymoon fades away. … Fades away? Are you kidding me? With a personality like mine — I’m predicting there will be endless amounts of the daily quibble. Huzzah, yo.



One response

18 02 2007
Justin V

It’s hard for me to let go of the independence. I know it sounds really selfish, but it’s hard and difficult to take into account, someone else’s, privilege of my time.

Maybe and example would work here. I don’t like feeling pressured to hang out and spending time with someone. Not to say that I don’t want to spend time with that person, but having a take into account my time, is bothersome. I don’t WANT to feel like the other person is a burden on me. If you understand what I’m saying. Great, If you don’t, scratch that example, because it sucks. LOL.

Last try here. It’s had to find the balance between Separate VS Equal and Shared, in a relationship.(not talking about guys night out, or alone time etc) SO stressful, even to think about dealing with, that I don’t even want to bother with it.

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