Saturday, January 15, 2005
You have to be logged in to view most of this entry. It’s not particularly exciting or interesting, I just was feeling a bit vulnerable when I wrote this and felt safer having only people I “knew” read it.
Thanks for understanding.
Rawr. I wish I wasn’t so insecure when it came to other people.
MaxliderGrl at 01/16/05 10:57 AM
I know exactly how you feel because you’ve described the girl I was for most of my life. It’s a long complicated process of changing, but it can be done. The easiest way I can explain it in this short format is you almost have to “fake it until you make it” and after a while it just comes naturally. Act as if you are confident, act as if you aren’t lonely, act as if you are worth everything you want in this world and one day you’ll find out it’s all true.
Krush at 01/16/05 08:31 PM
Although we’ve never “met”, I consider you a dear friend, just the way you are. Men just don’t get the need for reassurance. If you ever need to talk, just email your number and I’ll give you a call. Just be yourself and people who don’t like you aren’t worth your time. Trust me, I’ve learned this the hard way.
searching at 01/19/05 01:33 PM
It’s interesting - I have always found that people who are honest, unpretentious, and open enough to be vulnerable make the best friends…I hardly know you, yet those are the qualities I see in you - qualities that keep me coming back on here and that make me think, “who wouldn’t want to have her for a friend?”
I hope over time I could be that kind of person - that kind of friend - to you.
Carmen at 01/20/05 12:37 PM
Sweetie! Of course you’re someone worth being friends with! I think it speaks volumes that people who constantly read “your mind” love you. You are an amazing, beautiful, creative spirit, and, frankly, you probably just intimidate the hell out of everyone else. So lighten up on the mommy club, dumb down your wit if you must, but do you really wanna hang out and talk about manicures and mascara?