Hibernation.

I suspect that this isn’t a problem, it’s just one of those administrative fuck ups, but it’s put me in a bad mood because of the potential implications. I’m feeling a bit lonely too. I want to meet an amazing woman. Like a woman I look at and think, “Wow, she’s special” and she’s vibrant and confident, and smart and intellectual. I meet women and so often I’m just bored; I meet people in general and so often I’m just bored.

I think I’m shutting down for the winter. I’ve started listening to jazz which is a winter thing: find a warm spot, curl up with a book and some jazz. I’m fucking reading Sexus which is fiction, and reading fiction is a winter thing for me. Also I’m starting to find it hard to get up in the morning. In a month it’ll be a right fucking struggle.

Ugh, I’m going to bed.

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One thought on “Hibernation.

  1. I find a lot of people bore me, also. Especially when I go on dates. So many people are beyond dull. I live in hope of meeting another person with that spark, that click of mutual interest. So far not. The most boring people are often the ones with the most to say for themselves, too. Certainly true of commuters.

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