After seven years of a miserable relationship, I finally got away from it. During the end when she was still attached and trying to get back together with me, I got a new person in my life she was jealous about, now he has whisked me away to a better place. As time elapsed, we are now expecting a family and life is the best it's ever been with friends and family all around us. I am much happier than I was Remembering this everyday is what makes it always a perfect day.
Doctor Who is on tonight! I'm so excited, I can't wait! My sister is even here to watch it with me.
And then the school's birthday party was yesterday, which was supercool. We even got praise for being not too drunk and proving the 2nd year's can do disco without ruining the party. The afterparty was great too. I ended up on the sofa next to this guy and he was really sweet and it was really nice. But I'm confused if there is anything between us or not, because this happened at the last party we went to together too.
I'll say this made my day today even though it made me cry.
I'm a daddy's girl. Always have been - always will be. For many reasons I've been thinking about my childhood lately. The main reason being that with everything happening around us I just feel the need to take time and reflect. With my mother's back and heart problems I've been taking care of my father a lot, helping him dress or bathe, cooking for him and doing everything for him that he finds it difficult to do for himself.
Today I helped him clean up and when he was done he put on his aftershave like he's done a million times before. Only this time when he was finished he reached over and rubbed my face when he was through. It was like an arrow through my heart because I remember as a child every time he shaved I would sit on the bathroom counter and watch him, fascinated, and every time when he was finished he would reach over and rub his hands on my cheeks. I loved it because it made me laugh and I would smell like his aftershave all day and it would remind me of him no matter what I was doing.
I loved it today but I couldn't help but think about how much has changed since the last time I sat on that counter. There are some devastating health problems in between us now and I'm 37 and he is 67, but the gesture meant the world to me.
Lately I've extremely ... depressed? (If that's the right word anyway.) And music, writing, simming, animals.. all my usual, cherished, well loved aspects to myself were changing. I was starting to hate it all. And then I heard this song and somehow I felt better. <3 And it's funny, because it's The Beatles mashed up with MGMT. Amazing what a good tune can do.