Wednesday, July 29, 2015

Not It

No matter how hard you try and feel like that person is the one. It never works out the way you plan. What makes matters worse? The fact that person goes for your friend. I've noticed a pattern in my life. About 90% of the guys I have ever liked, liked a friend. It makes me wonder what the heck is going on. This has been going on at least since high school. When and why did this start in high school? Doesn't it stop somewhere?

We'll call the latest guy crush, Fred. We'll call my friend, Vickie. Vickie shows no interest in Fred, but Fred seems to think otherwise. He is always flirting with her, texting her, or even walking side by side. Okay, I just realized I sound like I'm in high school. So before I start sounding like I'm in high school. We'll just say, Fred treats me as a friend.

There have been times I have wondered. I flirted and he flirted back. As soon as Vickie walks in the room though, I'm the invisible woman. Too bad, I don't have super powers. Oh the things I could do.

If we're out to dinner, I sit there and play with my food. If we're just hanging out, I zone out. The third wheel emotion comes into play.

There have been nights I come home and want to do this. 

Have I talked to Vickie about it? Nope, and probably won't. As always they'll feel guilty and try to encourage the guy in my direction, but we know how that goes.  Besides, I'll get the speech. Oh Robyn, you are a great person. He's stupid not to like you. I'm sure you've heard that at some point in your life.

I keep telling myself to move on. Think of someone else and not him. But darn it, until another guy comes along or I come to my senses, I can't stop thinking about him.

Now that I've played the clip of Bridget Jones, I want to watch the movie.
 

Wednesday, July 1, 2015

Here We Go Again

So here I am again tempting to write a blog. I’m hoping this is it. I will do my best to write more. Part of the problem is I hit a bump in the road. I’ve become lazy with my writing, reading, TV, and movies. I need to fix that. I know what part of the problem is, but due to the Internet being public. Yea, we won’t go into it. We’ll just say it has made me less motivated and lazy. I’m trying to fix that. I decided I need to find the light at the end of tunnel. It has to be there. Right? I’ll find the light at the end of the tunnel, but I’m hoping it’s not the last one.

There has to be a few more in my life. I have come across them. The last one though was maybe five years ago. Now though that I think about it, I’m not sure it was a light at the end. That’s when things started to go downhill. Well, I need to change that. Time to get up the hill again. This is short, yes. But this is me attempting to get myself blogging again. 

So, today’s questions for you. Do you need motivation? Do you need to find the light at the end of the tunnel? Comment below, let’s talk.