200

Well, this marks my 200th post! 200 posts into my single girl journey.

Yee-freaing-haw.

Technically, I posted number 200 last week, but I deleted it. (Though, it still shows in Google Reader, so everyone probably has access to it anyway.) Not that I have to justify why or when I delete . . . this is my blog and I hold the editorial rights, obviously . . . but, I deleted because: 1) I realized it was number 200 and I was totally bummed I missed celebrating it; and, 2) while my assessments on T (I had posted about moving entirely on from T for those who missed it) are probably accurate (T = Trouble), I just really wasn’t 100% ready to put it out there. You know. Just. In. Case.

Actually, the truth is, the same afternoon I posted calling over, over, over with T . . . he texted me (after 2 days of radio silence), saying he missed our Wednesday night date night. It made me reconsider how harsh I was being, or that perhaps I was jumping 5 too many steps ahead of everything. Regardless, I’m still not being naive, and, I’ll quote my favorite movie, again . . .

“So trust me when I say if a guy is treating you like he doesn’t give a shit, he genuinely doesn’t give a shit. No exceptions.”


Because, of course, actions speak louder than words, and after that little message, three days later and not another peep out of him.

Which is fine, I hardly had any time to stew about it – I spent the weekend in the mountains with Julie, Libby and Kay at Julie’s parents’ condo. We just laid low, drank a lot of wine, ate A LOT of food, shopped and caught a chick flick at the theater.

Now, I’m back home trying to organize for the work week and prep myself for Valentine’s Day tomorrow.

I know, I know. It’s just a stupid Hallmark holiday. But, for single girls, Valentine’s Day is just cruel. I plan to wear all black tomorrow and eat only chocolate all day. Just to be dramatic. We’ll see how that works out :).

Happy 200 to me!

Comments

  1. Your pink beanie would look good with your black outfit. 🙂

    quote for the day:

    Hearts will never be made practical until they are made unbreakable.” – Tinman (Wizard of Oz)

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