I’ve been going on dates, meeting women, making out, but not making connections.
I bought a bag of mixed nuts in shells, but I apparently don’t own a nutcracker.
I’m wandering, feeling lost.
The election has made me anxious, nauseous, most of the time. I don’t like to talk or think about it, but I can’t help doing both.
Gilmore Girls: A Year in the Life created more questions than it answered.
I wanted to make pumpkin custard pie, and then I realized that pumpkin pie is a custard.
I’m lonely, and it’s been a long time since I felt that way.
I want to know how to embrace who I am without letting others put limits on that.
I impulse bought peppermint frosted twinkies and snowballs today. They are delicious.
I’ve found that since starting to dress how I like and look how I feel comfortable looking, if I wear anything that looks distinctly feminine, I feel all sorts of anxiety. I’m not sure if this is something that will last or if it’s because I’m still in the new-ish stages of expressing my identity (with the idea that in the beginning, you hold much tighter to the identity than once it’s become comfortable/old). Either way, in the meantime, I really only have a few items left that could be considered specifically feminine. I don’t want to put myself into a rigid box, but I also want to feel good about how I look. It’s a confusing line to walk.
I had my third date yesterday with C. I’m making dinner for her next week. It’s going very well, so naturally I’m waiting for the other shoe to drop.
I’m too sleepy to write more.