A Girl’s Guide to, you know…
Step 1: Remove photos from desk
Step 2: Remove photo from desktop
Step 3: Unfriend
Step 4: Unfriend Mutual Friends, Set 1 (his)
Step 5: Notify Mutual Friends, Set 2 (mine)
Step 6: Reprogram cell phone “favorites”
Step 7: Unschedule already scheduled blog posts
Step 8: Email girlfriends to call emergency Happy Hour
That’s about as far as I’ve gotten…
21 Responses to “A Girl’s Guide to, you know…”
hard to ‘like’ this
What the expletive?! 😦
I’m so sorry to hear this. 😦
Hopefully this is just theoretical and not actual. xx
Oh no! This is awful news. 😦
Wait, wait… We were buying a house together, and now this??
Yeah… Crazy right? At least we didn’t get any further in the home buying process.
😦 what happened??
I’m not entirely certain but I think we just fell out of love with one another. Still processing I think… But I’ll post a better explanation eventually.
Nooooooooooooooo! 😦 😦
I’m so sorry, Kat.
I was working my overnight shift, and saw this right after you posted it. I was so bummed and sad for the rest of the night. I sincerely hope you see past this and realize what a catch you are. When my wife informed me years ago she was leaving, in love with someone else, I came to the realization if the person you love doesn’t love you, find someone who will. I did, and have never been more content with my life. Carry on. If I run into you, drinks on me, taxi too.
Regardless of if this is theoretical or final or somewhere in between… this: “and realize what a catch you are.”
Bright side? You’ll be able to pull out the ol’ spreadsheets again. That’s always something to write about.
Yes… Very true! I’m a long way off from spreadsheets, in fact I’m not sure if I’ll ever go back to them, but at least I know what I’ll be blogging about for the foreseeable future.
Y’know how every time you’ve ever gone through a serious break-up before, and you were all “I won’t do that again?” Well, in time – as the saying goes – all wounds will heal and you’ll start again, spreadsheets or not.
You’ve got a lot on your plate, and you know it. When you meet someone worth including in your life – and you already know all this – you’ll know to include that person.
Indeed 🙂 Thanks, Zak
Thanks Fred. I think your advice applies to both of us in this case.
If this really turns out to be final, Kat, I’m very sorry to hear. Good luck, in any event.
Yeah, this time around this is it. We’ve arranged for the “stuff you left at my house” handoff and everything.
I’m so sorry, Kat 😦 Sending lots and lots of love xx