What an interesting descriptor for a day, but’s officially Blah Day for me. What’s a Blah Day? It’s when you wake up all rummy and feeling in such a sate to just repeat grunts or the word ‘blah’ over and over again. Which is why I seem to be doing. Blah blah blah blah blahblahblah. BLAH! (Oh, I’m sure the spellchecker’ll have a field day with that sentence. It’s such an angry spellchecker…)
Last night, I had intended to go to sleep before midnight, but who the hell am I kidding? I’m a night owl, damnit. I love staying up all night and talking to a friend via Yahoo voice chat and watching her try not to feel too embarrassed when she flicks on her webcam. I had a lot of fun last night, so that definitely makes up for it. I just hope that today is a better day for that particular friend than yesterday was. To fully understand the nature of the whole breakup process, FurBall, it’s important to remember three little things:
1. You are entitled to cry, be angry, rant/rave, stomp around, be depressed, and feel whatever cavalcade of emotions that’re attached to this situation. Feel free to express yourself by any means necessary. Your friends will try and cheer you up, but it’s important to your healing that you get all the mourning out of the way. If you don’t, then you’ll regret it later.
2. You are not alone. You have a lot of friends over here who’re going to be around and try and help you through this. Don’t be afraid to talk, banter, or try and help yourself. No (wo)man is an island.
3. You are not DEAD. What doesn’t kill you only makes you stronger. The strength you will gain from this will augment the strength that you already possess. So, learn from the situation and apply that knowledge toward the future.
Keep the above three points in mind, and you will get through this. It’s not going to happen tomorrow or maybe not even next week or next month, but eventually you’ll see the light at the end of this long and dark tunnel. We all walk at our own pace, so once you regain your stride, you’ll feel a lot better about this. Especially when you’re looking at this problem as it’s far behind you.
Anyway, enough of the counseling advice. You get the point.
On another topic, I was thinking about doing a live broadcast from work this weekend. It might help me to get over a state of blah by sharing the blah with everyone else. Depressed-Free WNOHGB, here are some more tunes… blah.
Crud. And now I think I’m coming down with a cold. Shit.