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    42, Bcgntn, Debbie in ME, Chincoteague, arbiter

    thank you for this. I do apolgize for seeming crabby...it's Monday and it's just been a long 8 days!

    I've been around DKos and rather open about my personal life here....people know I haven't had the best in relationships and right now it appears I may be back on the market so to speak.

    I am jealous of some of my gay friends. They have partners and they've been together for years and years (I generally hang with an older crowd). I guess I can wait a little bit longer.

    oh and by all means, call me terry. :)

    When fascism comes to America, it will come draped in the flag and carrying a cross. And people like me will go to the camps to die.

    by terrypinder on Mon Sep 18, 2006 at 01:44:35 PM PDT

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    •  I'm jealous of your gay friends too - (3+ / 0-)
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      and I'm straight!

      I feel your pain, my man.  Gets really fucking old after awhile.  They blow into your life, stick around, and then bail out, usually ending up with some idiot who's not fit to polish your shoes.  Sometimes they even tell you they made a big mistake in leaving you; but you can't take that to bed with you at night.

      Geez, I sound bitter...oh wait, I am :)

    •  Enjoy you and all . . . thanks!! (0+ / 0-)

      Dear Terry . . .

      Moments ago, I was speaking of my one awful relationship and how physically it effected me.  I was explaining how I am surprised I am still alive.  

      You may recall months ago there was talk of a physical heartbreak within the news.  The scientific and medical community discovered there could be physical damage.

      There is no need to apologize.  I can relate.  After a break-up it seems wherever you turn, couples are engaging happily.

      Ahh, Terry, look beneath the surface.  They say often people are planning a split seven years before they act upon it.  Long-term relationships, I have discovered are not as they might seem.  Consider my natural parents, twenty-plus years!  I never knew there was a problem.

      Please take care of you.  You are a treasure!!!

      An aside, the number of gay friends I have that broke up after what appeared to be seventeen long and blissful years . . . people are people.  There is much to learn and experience.

      It is only the giving that makes us what [who] we are. - Ian Anderson.
      Be-Think Betsy L. Angert

      by Bcgntn on Mon Sep 18, 2006 at 05:37:14 PM PDT

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