What can I say? One year ago today I went to meet someone who I was completely nervous to meet…and then a year later (well last night) I hear this song and I burst into tears … I met this amazing person a year ago when I was going through all this “bad stuff” and then here comes along this guy whose just so patient, genuinely caring, straight up “this is me” … Not knowing that he was dealing with someone who takes on everything, very close to her heart and it had finally broken into a million pieces and she very unsure that it was going to repair (and was extremely stubborn wanting to fix herself and not let anyone else to help her) The line that I can’t get out of my head is “”I’m trying to make it better piece by piece”…Thank you for showing what real love can do for a person. How it can make you brave and makes you flourish, it doesn’t make you hide from the world, how it shines all of your good qualities through, to make them even better, stronger and clearer. This is what love is supposed to be ❤
SO it’s a Saturday Night here and it’s all warm and uncomfortable “Down Under”. Been trying to think of what to do, since I have the house to myself tonight.
The reason I am writing this Blog is because thinking of what has happened this week, I’ve never felt more alone and felt more like I wish that I had at least one person who lived in my country, actually would talk to me about my problems and someone I could actually rely on. Then I started to feel really down about myself.
Then I thought to myself, I shouldn’t feel sad! There is so much that I can be grateful about and SO WHAT if I’m not going out this weekend. There is absolutely nothing wrong with that, I even looked up some online dating sites. I’ve made a promise to myself. If I don’t meet someone between now and the New Years. As soon as the New Year happens I will be registering onto one of those dating sites. I’ve already seen one or two guys I actually liked the look of.
Here are some rules for surviving a single night by yourself:
- Do NOT watch videos, listen to songs and watch tv shows that say how horrible being single is.
- Buy yourself that food you can eat when no one else is around
- Drink all the bad things, but do not get drunk!
- Dress in the most comfortable clothing you own.
- Dance like no one is watching and turn that music up LOUD!
- Stay OFF of Facebook
- Turn off your phone (or at least keep it on vibrate).
I promise you, you follow those steps and you will have a very successful single night in =D In fact you may never want to go out ever again!
Cyndi Lauper – Girls Just Want To Have Fun (Official Video)
Music video by Cyndi Lauper performing Girls Just Want To Have Fun. (C) 1983 Sony BMG Music Entertainment