Dear, I fear we’re facing a problem.

In all honesty, I kind of feel bad (or maybe ridiculous) for writing that last post. I had actually finished it a couple of weeks prior to posting it, but had a hard time convincing myself to publish it. So it sat there in my queue until I was finally like, “Whatevs.” But, I feel like I’m (please excuse the expression, for lack of a better) beating a dead horse (how did that saying even originate?!). Everything lately has been boys, boys, boys. And you know how I get when all I seem to talk about are boys–annoyed. With myself. I have a close gay, male friend whom I used to share a lot of my “boy problems” with and one day he said, “Well maybe if you stop dealing with boys and start dealing with men, you wouldn’t have so much to worry about.” And I get what he’s saying, but I think I’d still be in the same boat that I am now; which is to say, a sinking one. Thank God I know how to swim.

So no more about boys (for now). I have this great blog that I’m working on about movies I’ve seen as of late where the guy doesn’t end up with the girl, but I’ll just have to save that for later, because techincally, I believe it falls under the “boys” or “men” category. Right?

Anyway, I have a new series I’d like to introduce to this blog, the “Frienterview”! I’m going to do a series/profiles on some of my most favorite people in my life. Exciting, no? I personally thought it was a great idea. As soon as I have all of my interview questions ready, I’ll get my first frienterview posted. But at this time I’d like to ask, do I have any volunteers?! (You know that any of you who read this and know me personally are of course in that “favorite people” category–so don’t hesitate to volunteer and be interviewed!)

Do you have an opinion? A mind of your own? I thought you were special.  I thought you should know.
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3 Responses to “Dear, I fear we’re facing a problem.”


  1. 1 Belinda November 18, 2009 at 3:36 pm

    I think the whole dead horse thing came from when we were a horse and buggy kind of world, and people would ride the hell out of their horses, sometimes to the point of fatal exhaustion, but they’d keep hitting the Poor Deceased with the crop or whip, thinking it should still be moving, that it should still be taking them to wherever it is they’re trying to go.

    And so, metaphorically speaking, beating that poor, dead horse is a fruitless task: it’s dead, and you’re going nowhere fast.

    🙂

    That’s just my interpretation, anyway.

    LOVE the frienterview idea! Woo-hoo!

  2. 2 goodnightrose November 21, 2009 at 10:23 pm

    Thank you, B! I’m excited to interview you.

  3. 3 assetdriext December 11, 2009 at 12:37 pm

    Truthful words, some truthful words man. You made my day.


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