Hello there you lovely people you – how’s it all going? I hope it’s all happy and shiny and sparkly, or, at the very least, calm where you are?
Before we go any further I suppose we should get something out of the way. It’s the middle of the night where I am as I write. I’m guessing that all the sensible people in the UK are already asleep, or at least if they’re not, they’re probably not writing blog posts but hey – nuts to convention. Insomnia does as it pleases and I’m not in the mood for arguing.
I think it would be fair to say that I’m a little bouncy and excitable. I also think it would be fair to say that my bouncy and excitable demeanour is playing at least a small part in the fact that I’m still awake. On the one hand I know that’s a little bit of a problem. On the other hand, if you’d been to see this guy tonight, and you loved him as much as I do, you’d probably be just as bouncy and excitable as I am. Forgive the crap acoustics:
My last few posts have been a bit miserable haven’t they? Thing is, as miserable as I might have been at the time of writing those posts I don’t think ‘miserable’ gives an accurate representation of what’s been going on. Not really. I mean I’ve been up against my brain, and things changing, and some kind of massive and irrational fear of being happy….. But then there’s the other side of the coin to consider.
Looking at things now I think that maybe there are things to worry about* and things to be unsure about** and maybe even things that I wish I’d done differently*** But all of that aside there are many things to be glad about, and to look forward to, and generally not get all bloomin miserable about. This by the way is me looking on the bright side and ABSOLUTELY meaning it.
The exciting news is that I’m moving in with Mr Awesome Thing Number Five. I know, right?! Of course it’s scary to go from where I am, in my own little flat, with my own little cat and with no-one to interfere to actually living with another human being. The thing is I really feel like we’re building something together. We’re not just getting ready to share a place, we’re kinda getting ready to share something bigger than that. Thing is – I’m easily scared and so that seems very scary, but before that, if I can just let myself it feels very exciting.
I suppose that sort of sums up the other side of the coin. I really am struggling to find my way through the fog but I’ve a reason to get through it and so I’m definitely going to do my best. I think I’m learning that when it comes to being alive perfect really doesn’t exist. But actually, that doesn’t matter too much at all anyway.
Perfect is something you didn’t expect it to be.
Meanwhile in other news – oh bums I’ve got nothing. Nothing else to report save that I love you all lots. Like jelly tots.
*aren’t there always
**which is just the same as worrying.
***as is this
6 thoughts on “I didn’t expect perfect….”
That is good news! Very happy you have found a little happy cloud to sail away on, if clouds are indeed sailing material! Anyway, I am happy for you 🙂
Thank you lovely. I’m definitely going to do my best to sail away on a happy cloud – sounds like fun xoxoxo
Well I’m glad to know that 🙂 Yeah, it does, nice and comfy too I’d think! Take care and enjoy the cloud sailing lovely xoxoxo
That is very exciting for you!! I hope you managed to get some sleep eventually! I hope awesome thing number five is supporting you and helping you through the hard times 🙂 Take care xxx
That’s a beautiful song, I can totally understand why you’d still be excited and awake. And getting ready for such a big life change – moving in with your young man – is also terribly exciting. (sometimes the emphasis is on “exciting” and others on “terrible” – completely normal)
Now is the time for all good WeeGee’s to be brave and go forth and do amazing things. 😀
I’m happy for you 🙂