Saturday, 25 December 2010

1. A Change

When James Blunt wrote "Goodbye My Lover", he couldn't have written a more perfect song that describes a break up. (See below). They are far better words than I could ever come up with, especially now.

I'm still in shock, I think; I'm still checking my mobile in the hopes of a text, a message, anything that will take this pain away. I've even checked my stars and I-Ching readings in the hopes of an answer. But there is something dignified in accepting defeat, I think. And it's true that we were just so different; we always knew it would be difficult. But does the end have to be when you're least ready?

Christmas wasn't lost. I ate more than I thought I could, and spent time with my sister and her family. It was lovely, actually, and it reminded me how friends and family are always there for you when you need them. For that, I will always be grateful.


  1. I am so sorry about your break up. Hard at any time of year, but particularly Christmas. I hope that you are doing ok (or as ok as possible in the circumstances).

    Take care xx

  2. Thank you, RR, for your kind comment. Christmas is a crap time of year for it...but I'm not sure there is a good time! I'm okay, considering. But thank you.

    C x