actuality.log


Monday, April the 5th, 2004

I know I said I wouldn’t let what she said/didn’t say be the only determinant of my state of happiness. And I am trying, but it is extremely hard to do.

Today, there was a sentence spoken that involved me, the words “love” and “in”, and was spoken in the past tense. By the sound of it, and to a rational observer, this is just further driving force to plunge me into depths of depression. But none of that happened.

I am beyond ecstatic. I am happy, and recursively happier as a result. Positive feedback loops rock, in special circumstances.

I don’t feel like a weird experiment that went awry anymore. :D And it feels awesome.
(That is the first real smiley I’ve used here in god knows how long.)

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