Monday, March 17, 2008

"I don't want to have to worry about you."

It's Monday, so how about a weekend round up to start your week.

* Of course it was inevitable that upon writing that I have been crying to strangers that I would hear from more than a couple of concerned people. Signe, an old friend from DC, called and asked, "Are you okay? I don't want to have to worry about you." Yes, I promise that I'm okay. Doesn't everyone have public breakdowns?? Oh. (At least it wasn't me crying on the F Train!)

* It was good to meet up with some old friends at the Lifer Bar on Friday evening -- good because I've been MIA recently. Sinclair, Maire, and I talked about dildos, harnesses, and the etiquette of online dating, which engendered this blog entry. Oh how I don't miss being on the front lines of dating. It's very nice to have a lady to snuggle up with in my bed.

* Because the German movie The Lives Of Others (Das Leben der Anderen) is easily one of the best movies I've seen in the last ten years, I watched it twice this weekend after having it delivered from Netflix.

* Keep sending those good vibes, people. Ms. K has had a couple of job interviews lately and if all goes well I will be seeing her more in "the Brooklyn." In fact she has a job interview tomorrow morning. And as for her car that recently got broken into and smashed up, it's in the shop and this is the rental car they gave her. Monster truck! Let the lesbian jokes begin.


Natazzz said...

Oh I agree about Das Leben der Anderen, it's awesome.

Anonymous Lesbian said...

If it's any comfort I totally have public breakdowns on a regular basis.

And as far as Ms K. and her big rental, I can do her one worse. This is the rental they gave me when my car (a very normally sized sedan) was in the shop after an accident: