It's Tuesday Night  

absolutelynormal 57F
6016 posts
6/20/2006 6:24 pm

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It's Tuesday Night

This has been a long ass week. My week starts on Thursday and runs until Wednesday, then I will be off for a week. I know this is Tuesday, and I usually pick someone to pimp, but I'm not going to.

My DSL is down, I am on dial-up. Before anyone asks me what is wrong with it, I DON'T HAVE A CLUE! If my DSL were human I would say it had a stroke.

I want to comment on what's been going on here in Blogville, but I will do it by asking some questions first.

Is it wrong to believe in love?

Is it wrong to believe what someone tells you, when you love them?

If the person that you were madly in love with disappeared (doesn't matter if he/she died or was just gone) from your life, would you want people to say to you something like I'm sorry he/she is gone and we love you. OR He/she was a fake and how could you have been so blind?

Every single blogger is human. We are true dichotomies of being. True Yin-yang.

Wanting to be loved is a VERY human trait, so is wanting to be right. Some of us (please note, that I said us, meaning include me) love to point out things that aren't right. Perhaps it's because we've been wronged ourselves? Some of us (and I'm guilty of this as well) like to make others appear small, or beneath us to make ourselves feel better.

I like to think I am a pretty smart cookie, I HATE feeling stupid. Like walking around at a big whoopdedoo party with my dress tucked in my pantyhose. Or moving to California when I thought I'd found the man of my dreams. I hate it even more when someone points it out to me.

With all that being said, no one person here is right or wrong in how they have behaved. Sometimes our (am I talking to myself?) emotions get the best of us and no matter how we try, we cannot keep our mouths shut.

We are fooled everyday, some of my fellow bloggers have made dates with other people here only to have them broken. Many of us have had our hearts broken online and have become very wary.

Never pass up the opportunity to be kind, you never know when it will be your turn to need it.


digdug41 50M

6/20/2006 7:22 pm

the past two days have really been something for me and I will learn to ignore people instead of letin'em have it when they fuck with me but yanno being here can be hard at times and I just very well lay low for awhile because like I said its been something for me

roaming the cyber streets of blogland

absolutelynormal replies on 6/20/2006 7:36 pm:
Yeah, DD I know it has. You've gotten some bad comments for what you said. I don't think it was wrong to say what you did. We've all been duped before, we've all been hurt. You're hurting now and for that I am sorry and hope that I have not added to your hurt, when I was actually trying to detract from it.

LustyTaurus 49M
21253 posts
6/20/2006 7:28 pm

I hate looking like an idiot too...thank goodness I have thick skin and that I heal quickly...

absolutelynormal replies on 6/20/2006 7:37 pm:
Mac is thin skinned with a fat ass and sometimes a thick skull.

RogueAgent000 51M

6/20/2006 7:35 pm

It's never...ever wrong to believe in love; and likewise, it's not wrong to believe what you are told by those you love...and hopefully they love you too. What is costly though, is to believe in someone, or something that continues to pull you under...

Personally, I'd want and expect support and honesty from those closest...if that meant telling a known truth about my sig ot, then so be it. Not easy to hear....ever. For those outside of the inner circle...I'd hope at the very least that they'd just offer an apology.

Random acts of kindness are free...if we want the smile we should smile first; if we want the handshake, we should first extend our hand...just my opinion of course...

absolutelynormal replies on 6/20/2006 8:21 pm:
"loving eyes can never see"

norprin5 56M

6/20/2006 7:40 pm

very good post, Mac

King Nor XVIII

angelofmercy5 60F
17881 posts
6/20/2006 7:45 pm is never wrong to believe in love....or your fellow human beings. Whatever has happened here....there are no winners. If you had asked me a few months ago if you could fall in love with someone without ever seeing them first, I'd have told you absolutely not! But someone very dear to me helped me see how easily it can happen....and it does happen every day here. Thanks for a great post.

absolutelynormal replies on 6/20/2006 8:24 pm:
I'm the poster child for online relationships that never come to fruition. I know how easily it can happen. Online and on the phone all you have is communication, you don't have daily life interfering, so it's easy to fall quickly when seemingly all someone does it pay attention to you and hangs on every word you say or write. Thanks for your sweet words angel mac

1eroticjoe 57M
3777 posts
6/20/2006 8:06 pm

"Never pass up the opportunity to be kind, you never know when it will be your turn to need it."

Could not have said it better! It is things like this though that it seems to take a lifetime to learn and practice. We can all be so cruel sometimes. Often without even meaning to be.

And, NO its not wrong to believe in love. If you believe in nothing else, believe in love.

complexlysimple 35M

6/21/2006 4:32 pm

~stands~ applauds ~resumes sitting like position~

rm_wondering57 60F
73 posts
6/25/2006 12:11 am

Again. Bravo. Wonderfully said. Good luck and love to us all!

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