Give a bi-sexual, bi-polar, gemini a tumblr and this is what you get.
I fucked up royally. I’m a horrible person and now I’m unemployed, going through a divorce, and I have a court date. FML
I had a date on Sunday and it seemed to go really well. Everything pointed towards a second date. We had tentative plans but when I texted to confirm he asked for a rain check. Did he loose interest? Was he looking for a hookup and was pissed when I said it was going a little too fast for me? He seemed cool when I told him I was going through a divorce but is he having second thoughts?
Maybe he is just super busy with work. He runs his own business on top of working a full time job. Maybe I’m just paranoid and reading too much into it.
Is dating always this hard and confusing? I’ve never done it before and I don’t know the social cues/rules.
Asked by Anonymous
To each their own.
I grew up with religion as a mandate, not an option. Naturally, I rebelled (after many years of devout and unquestioned following).
As an [for all intents and purposes] adult, I have a hard time subscribing to it - any of it. Organized religion is hard for me, but for other people it is the very air they breathe. And that’s ok.
As corny as it sounds, theatre is my religion. The space is my temple. It is a religious experience working on a good show and I think that theatre provides just as much as the church for the people who seek it out (does that make sense? I’m several drinks in). I have felt more fellowship in the theater than I ever did in the church and I have seen more people genuinely touched than I ever did in the church. Empathy, love and care abound in a good show; I think Jesus (or whomever you prefer) would be proud to be among some of the companies I’ve had.
Anyway, you believe your things and I will believe (or not) mine. Just don’t try to force me to change.
One day I want to do a photo shoot where I put on a fancy dress and pose on a crescent moon like those old black and white photos.