Saturday, April 9, 2011

Out of Sight, Out of Mind

I really like to know who came up with that saying. Bloody Idiot.

In the third season of SATC, Charlotte said that it takes a person 50% of the amount of time he/ she spent with their partner to get over the said partner. I wish it was true.

Even though my "relationship" lasted for about  3 months and the time we actually, physically spent together was not much more than one month, why is it that today, 4.5 months later, I still can't come to terms with the loss? Why is the pain still so raw that it can wet my pillow at nights? It should be easier, right? Especially, since we knew this is exactly how it'd be? It should be a lot easier than this. Should be.

But. It's not.


  1. uff, i agree, so very buggin. i developed a personality between al dt waitin

  2. It probably is the regret of not having enough time together...and it hurts! Trust me!

  3. Pj: I suppose you can change in strange ways after certain experiences. But what I can't decide is if it's for the better or for the worse. :/

  4. Do this. Think about how your wetting-the-pillow-thing came out sounding weird and laugh it off :D

    - unnecessary advice from a jobless blogger! :/
    (an experienced one, though :P)

  5. :P I thought about changing it but decided to leave it in after all. :P