Monday, January the 8th, 2007

But are relationships harder?

I know you’ve missed me over these past two weeks, and you’re probably at a point where you’ve begun to worry for my safety… or something. But no need to fear, all is well.

And by ‘well,’ I mean ‘horrid.’

You see, I’m technically on a holiday—one that’s extended quite a bit more than officially sanctioned—but it doesn’t feel like one at all. There has been little, if no, rest or relaxation, and most of my days are consumed with activities I don’t care for and drama I care even less for. Forget being at a state where I can write, I am barely at a state where I want to leave my bed in the morning. Life is too frickin’ complicated, and it involves way too much work to navigate successfully.

In fact, forget successfully, it involves way too much effort to navigate, period. And I’m not even sure if it’s worth it.

A happy new year indeed. Bah.

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3 Responses to “Being lonely is hard”

  1. Michelle says:

    Relationships with the wrong people are harder than being alone, in my opinion/experience.

  2. pundit says:

    I spent so much time thinking about this one thought you’ve shared, I made myself dizzy.

  3. Michelle says:

    I hope you were sitting down. :)

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