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 "Love is so short. Forgetting is so long"

Gentle reader I shall spare you the hysterical histrionics. I write this in my pyjamas (it is a Sunday)but there are no Bridget Jonesish tunes in the background and you can relax in the knowledge that there will be minimal wallowing, Brownie promise.

A and I split about a month ago, for a number of reasons but a major one being one of the members of our poly family no longer behaving in a supportive manner. Well and truly time to call it a day. Mercifully no-one's come out with the feared well-meaning phrase of 'Well no wonder it didn't work out, these types of relationships don't'. Everyone close to me has been fantastically supportive, and I apologise if I've bored anyone with the details. I've had points of nearly screaming with boredom at the whole thing myself.

The first waves of pain have passed, I'm now in the moderately crap stage of slowly moving forward. This year's shire Christmas should actually be alright. I'm hoping Mother Dearest comes out with some more corking statements like the one in the run up to the US election referring to the fact that Mitt Romney apparently worked as a missionary in Scotland in the eighties saying 'I wouldn't be surprised if he was one of those bloody Mormons that kept coming to the house and WOULD NOT TAKE NO FOR AN ANSWER!'. The mind boggles at what this level of anger at them not taking no for an answer springs from.

Perhaps my difference from the rest of my family could be explained here. Maybe naughty Mitt really wouldn't take no for an answer from my mother and I should present myself at his house little orphan Annie-like to discuss whether there really is a gay gene. Poor Daddy Romney.


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