This must end. I find myself trying to avoid going out the front door in case he is there. Thank goodness he doesn't live on my street, just visits the house across the street a lot. I usually wear yoga pants to walk in, but lately I find myself reaching for my "ass-masking jeans." Part of me wants to say screw him and I am wearing my yoga pants, and part of me just wants to be inconspicuous.
How do I deal with this? Confront him? Ignore him? Police? Help me channel my inner Julia Shugarbaker!
Ok, lets move on to something positive shall we? I am going to Brussels! Yup. Just randomly decided to join O after a business trip he is finishing up in Antwerp next week. We are meeting to have a romantic little trip and eat our weight in frites. Not to mention mussels, beer (not my favorite but I am willing to learn about beer,) museums, chocolate, historical homes, and quirky art. I am so excited! I found us an apartment real fast. Wanna see?
I can't wait to have coffee on that little patio in the mornings. I will be gone only about six days, but it has been so fun planning this trip on such short notice! Usually I would have said no, I have too much work to do, but I am making positive changes in my life, and being more spontaneous is one of them. Anyone have any recommendations?
I felt way better after I wrote that post about the icky guy. Mostly because it helps to talk about stuff that bothers us, and also because I am trying to confront things that make me uncomfortable in an effort to be more present in my life, and brood less. I couldn't just say "hey, we are going to Brussels.." because it didn't feel honest. I couldn't just complain because it felt like spreading my bad juju...So this is my compromise. Seriously, let me know if there is anything amazing in Brussels that I must see. You guys have the best advice, the best taste and the best taste in blogs to read.
Its always a good idea to make a happy list too :)
Also, I switched to Bloglovin, and I love it. Reader used to sometime upload my posts before they were finished being edited, then never refresh the feed, so my half written post would be up forever. It was a pain because I never knew when it was going to happen, and also, I like to edit my posts after I am finished with the first draft. I a not a natural writer, and I need to hash stuff out as I go along. Bloglovin is great because it takes you right to the blog home page, which I really like. From there you can change the blog you want to see from the drop down menue on the top left. Its magical.