And there she lives  

rm_RoryV 32F
33 posts
7/25/2005 10:03 am

Last Read:
3/5/2006 9:27 pm

And there she lives

The cold weather and a broken heater did not manage to put me down, fortunately. First week of school had been quite crazy, most of the time was spent running around, getting to classes. Timetable sucked totally, but, heck it, whose timetable doesn’t? Ran into lots of old friends, which generated a great deal of familiarity-driven comfort (as well as a teeny tiny tinge of embarrassment for somebody).

The Boy and I are having a relationship, consisting of a phone(sex) and a webcam. I don’t know how long this phone(sex)-webcam relationship is going to last. I’ve tried everything I could to convince Him that We will never work. Been there, done that, and eventually things will end the same way a long-distance relationship should.

‘Rory, we can do this. Have a little more faith, ok? I love you.’

Every phonecall and email from the Boy is filled with so much hope and love, it just pains me so much, knowing that I’ll be the one disappointing Him in the End.

Lindsay, my Roomie, had been so wonderful to me, so tremendously tolerant and accommodating to my low spirit and occasional moodswings after almost every long distance phonecall. The weekend was spent crashing many welcome back/back to school parties. According to Lindsay, it’s the best way to start a new term, and also a convenient way to get me out of my current mood. Turns out, she’s quite right, except she left out the part on horrible hangovers and pounding headaches the day after.

I’m sorry I haven’t got time to read through and reply to the messages. So, if you’ve left me a message, patience is a virtue, and anticipation may lead to unexpected surprises.


ryan_ttt75 41M
4 posts
7/26/2005 12:48 am

hi, me new here.


EHartmann 46M

7/26/2005 6:58 pm

It is totally understandable of your feelings when dealing with long distance relationship. There are too many factors to be consider and to bind yourself to the relationship while you are not sure about it can be very disrupting to normal life.

At one point you have to manage normal daily like and on the other end, you have to keep yourself motivated to maintain the relationship.... It is not your fault if and when the relationship fails, not many can succeed so don't blame yourself. Its simply the wrong place at the wrong time. Take care!


rm_RoryV 32F

7/27/2005 10:19 am

To EHartmann: Finally, someone who understands. Or, maybe you're someone speaking from experience. Anyway, thanks & take care too...

Love, Rory...


tazme001 44M

8/3/2005 7:08 am

hey sweetie..
is tat Edvard Munch painting?


rm_RoryV 32F

8/4/2005 10:19 am

Yes, sharp eyes. It is Edvard Munch's 'The Day After'. Am a huge fan of Expressionism and he's one of my favourites. Cheers.


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