Monday, August 31, 2009

Single and Moved

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Well here it is.


My new life.


I moved basically everything yesterday with my parents and two of my friends helped. Thank god, because T didn't want to take any of the furniture, so I had to take everything except the TV and a small dresser. So the truck that we rented wasn't quite big enough but we managed to fit almost everything in the truck and our cars.


What a disaster... Now I have to go back there and clean tonight so I can potentially get my money back from the landlord, who is in hate mode for me now because I didn't give her that much notice in the move. Sorry lady, it was unexpected -- I wasn't totally planning to move!


I dont ever want to say "i know" and i dont ever want to hear "ull be okay" again ..... or "i know, but ull be okay" LOL sara.


Crazy.... T came back yesterday when we were moving my stuff. So awkward. I gave him my letter, hopefully he reads it. That would be nice. I mean, if he wants to call me and talk sometime soon, I am all for it. I do not want him cut out of my life forever... i still love him so much. It's just right now we would never work. There is too much stuff against us that shit just keeps getting fucked up and maybe this is for the best. Who knows... I dont. Im just going day by day and seeing what happens next. No clue.


I haven't lived at home in 7 years and I haven't been single for more than like a month in more than 4 years. Holy crap..........


I really didnt want to move home. I looked at different homes in the area, specifically Ryan Homes, and really ended up liking them a lot. Now I am in need of a roommate.


If only I could pick and move far away instead of moving back home with my parents. I would find a new home start fresh and work at creating the best life possible for me. During some of the worst points of this break up I'd pretend house hunt and imagine a new life. My favorite homes were always from Ryan Homes. They have homes for sale in warm sunny places, how couldn't I be happy starting a new life where it's always sunny? Hopefully buying a home is along the next steps in my life instead of renting. 


I don't even KNOW how to be single! What do I do!!?

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29 comments:

Practically Perfect... said...

I don't want to sound like a Pollyanna here, but I really think that this next phase of your life is going to be great! I know that you're feeling bummed and blue, but I think that big changes can lead to big discovery about yourself (at least that's been my experience). You're a smart, talented person, and I know that you'll come through this as an even better person than you are now!

My Wooden Heart said...

I haven't been single since I was 17 so I have no clue what to tell you. All I can say is that I am glad you made the best decision for yourself, and you will figure things out day by day. PS. your AMAZING!!

Courtney Hope said...

Here's what I've discovered (not to be that annoying person that assumes every life lesson they learn applies to everyone else) but... it takes a lot more work to be single sometimes than to be with someone. It's a strange thing to be alone with yourself and be ok with it. But, my advice to you on how to be single? It's pretty simple really... BE SINGLE. Make the decision to just hang with yourself for a bit and be open to what you discover. I mean hell... I've rescued a dog, written a lot more than I did before, and have all around been a lot more productive... I've tried to see more friends and tried to work on me for a while. A lot easier said than done, but still, it feels pretty worth it in the end... I'm thinking of you (really!) and hoping that this next season of things will be a graceful one for you.

Ok, novella ends now :)

Katie said...

aww hun...take advantage of it :) thinking of you.

mysterg said...

Each day as it comes, keep smiling, stay busy, try to learn something new each day...and have some fun!

Nicole said...

I admire your strength! I always wonder if I stay in certain situations so long because I am not strong enough to handle the aftermath. Hoping the best for you =D

Thanks for following!

Jane said...

I think being single means you can drink as much wine as you want whenever you want and not shave your legs if you don't want to! And maybe it means going on dates and having someone else pay for your dinner from time to time as well! You don't have to please anyone but yourself right now. Good luck!

sub_par said...

Stay single until you get good at it, then you know you're ready to move on!

Saii said...

I'd give it some time...
I'm hopeful it all survive

:)

The Novelista Barista said...

its going to be a journey... thats for sure!!!!

ahhhhhhhh well see how it goesss!!!! eek. im nervous!

The Novelista Barista said...

thank u for ur awesome comments btw

golublog said...

I never know how to be single thats how i always end up in a relationship i think.

pinkapplecore said...

I'm not going to say those things you said not to say..but I give you a big virtual-cookie!

And have a good week okay! <3

Anastasia B. said...

i say your first task should be to find or pick up an old hobby, something you enjoy. Giving yourself that time to do something you love can be one of the greatest self gifts. Have fun!

xo Anastasia B.

OceanDreams said...

Hey girl, just take one day at a time. Enjoy just being with you, relax, do the things you love, and just love yourself right now. You deserve it, truly. Here's a hug for you!

M.J. said...

I'm with OceanDreams on this one--use this as an opportunity for some "me" time. Take care, sweetie.

Sarah, The New Girl said...

breakups are the worst. but day by day is the best. I'll second all the other comments-- you deserve to be happy. so stick with that, even when it's hard. this is the way to happier.

good luck this week :)

The Novelista Barista said...

thank u everyoneeee i appreciate it sooo much !

Andhari said...

girly, I think you'll do just fine. I mean all I can suggest is not jumping into a new one so quick and just have fun. Take your own quality time, hang out with friends, occupy yourself with interesting activities and have fun as much as possible. Prioritize yourself right now :)

Miss Mercedes said...

I think sometimes it's not that we *forget* who we are when we're in a relationship, it's that we never figured it out the first time. When a relationship ends, it is an opportunity to discover ourselves. So many women don't take this opportunity...they let it pass by and quickly find someone new. I dated a lot when J and I broke up, but it was for self-discovery only...not to find a relationship (the MOST a guy got was two dates...then on to another).

I discovered so much about who I am, what I want, what I need, what I can compromise and what I would *never* compromise. I set some rock solid boundaries and my life changed forever.

We ended up getting back together, but he had a totally different woman on his hands...this time, it was one who loved herself so he could love her back.

Thinking of you every day.

amindinmotown said...

I think the most you can do is take it day by day. Life's a lot different than you expected it to be, so take full advantage of being single, having a few extra bucks in your pocket (because you'll be without rent) and try to enjoy it. That's likely not easy to think about, especially after a breakup, but having fun is the best cure.

Kimberly said...

Organize, wine, dine, sleep, read, clean, paint, walk, yoga, eat lots of cheesecake and drink lots of champagne.

cathi said...

I agree with Kimberly....a new adventure is on the horizon!

nicole addison said...

i love what jane said. dont shave, dont worry about plans! actually im a tad bit jealous :) itd be nice to focus on me for a little while! flirt your heart out and have the time of your life girl

~**Dawn**~ said...

Well crap. I had a whole comment typed out & then I accidentally closed the window before I published it. =P

I won't even try to recreate. Just know that there will be good day & bad days and however you feel, just let yourself feel it. There's no right or wrong way to "learn" to be single. I hadn't been single since I was 17 (two six-year relationships). Come to find out, it was kinda nice to do what I wanted, figure out what I liked, cater to my own needs without considering someone else in every little thing. But that doesn't make this process any easier or more fun. Just be kind to yourself. =)

Children of the 90s said...

I know when you have a break-up everyone tells you the same things and you get sick of hearing them, so I'll just say I think you're going to do great! You definitely are entitled to your happiness. It's you time :)

Rachel said...

sending big big hugs your way! :(

nicopolitan said...

Not to be a downer, but if you admit that it sucks first, it'll help you wrench all of that bad emotion out until you get it out of your system. Seriously, vent if you need to -- us readers aren't going anywhere.

And then when it's all wrung out, being single isn't so bad.

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