Chickybabe While You Wait

Given the circumstances of events that followed the weekends, I think another Chickybabe is in order. It’s a overdue for one anyway.

  1. Maybe I can never break free from the need to be part of social scene. It doesn’t matter where I am, I want to be accepted, but it’s always hard to find people willing to be alright with the odd ways that I play out.
  2. It’s always painful when the things that you put effort to create often go overlooked by even the ones that are closest to you. Sometimes it really matters, but for the most part, I’m going to have to learn to stop believing that people should give a damn.
  3. Time spent alone with those you love should never be overlooked even if they require the sacrifice of the things what you desire. They often turn out to be the better choice.
  4. The fastest way to a man’s heart is often 6 inches of cold steel. Sometimes 4 inches work just as well.
  5. I have a strange feeling that she isn’t going to see it to the end. Not that she’s in any condition to listen to a friend, but in a place where experience and instinct has seen things through, maybe it’s best to hope that she proves me wrong.
  6. I really should start working on all my assignments before the last minute…yet have you ever had that feeling that you just don’t want to get off that butt of yours and start doing all you need to do? I blame this winter mood. What’s your excuse?

I hope I got everything down, otherwise I probably might write another Chickybabe, but I doubt that’s really a bad thing anyway.

4 thoughts on “Chickybabe While You Wait

  1. 1. I can understand that, but once you accept that you don’t want to be part of some scenes but a select few, the desire for acceptance will diminish. You’ll have people around you that you no longer need to impress.
    2. That’s tough. It’s hard to stop caring.
    3. Absolutely
    4. Oh yeah?? And what do you with it??
    5. Can you talk about it?
    6. Do it! I blame winter on a lot of things too.

    7. What next? ChickyBabe take away? 😛

  2. 1. I’ve done that and even so, there is still that feeling of need. It’s not as bad as before, but it still doesn’t discount the wanting that I have. I guess it’s because I grew up pretty much by myself rather than with people.
    2. It is. You just have to file it away somewhere and look the other way that’s all. Don’t know how much space left there is to file it though.
    3. 🙂
    4. Push and twist. Always a good move.
    5. To her or over here.
    6. I’m trying…but the bed is so magnetic this time of the year.

    7. Oh I’d love to take you away somewhere. That would be quite delicious. 🙂

  3. 2. is a blooody hard lesson you learn all through life. i don’t think i will ever be able to fully accept it but now at least my expectations are not too high. good job you put it into words, i think about it a lot i think, without ever being able to say it out loud.

  4. It’s a sad thing when your expectations are too high in the first place. Given the standards in which some of us work on, sometimes its hard to forget that we’re not the only ones in the world that doesn’t revolve around is. It’s always a hard lesson that way.

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