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I don’t address this often on here, but, as a lot of bloggers do, I’ve kept this blog private from everyone and anyone that I know in real life. When I started the blog, it began as a place for me to mourn and heal from my past relationship, and then it flowed into a place for me to explore my new relationship, and my identity, and sex, and all of the growth that I was doing.
I wanted to share more on here, but I was always afraid that someone from my real life would find this place and ruin everything. (Believe me, the irony that I am more comfortable exploring a huge part of my life with strangers and not people in my everyday life is not lost on me.)
I’ve started a different blog so that I can share my life with the everyday people in it – especially now that I’ve moved. And I really wanted a place for my photography and to “journal” the everyday and simple parts of life that are quickly passing me by. It doesn’t mean that I’m getting rid of this one – it just means that my focus in here might be a bit different.
So I totally encourage you to check out the new digs… http://www.fencingtime.wordpress.com
I’ve met so many real life friends through this blog… it’s pretty incredible. So thanks for always supporting me, loving me, and reading me <3
I have a level 2/partial tear of my MCL. It happened 4 weeks ago during a derby scrimmage. Total bummer. They say it’ll be 6-8 weeks of recovery, and as it stands now, I cannot imagine this will be healed in two weeks. I’m not allowed to exercise my leg/knee, because it won’t heal if I keep irritating it. So basically, my body HATES me right now. I’m missing some much needed endorphins.
I missed skating in two bouts in February. I’ll probably miss March’s bout. Boo. It’s killing me not to be on my skates and working with my team. Like I actually have been mini-depressed, which I’m pretty sure has a lot to do with having to stop exercising. I’m pretty sure the cats know something’s up too, because Ollie attacked me once last week. They know when you’re the most vulnerable!!!
And also, I really miss hitting bitches. Obviously, this goes without saying.
My co-worker brought in the first Game of Thrones book to work for me to start reading, because she goes on and on about how good it is… has anyone read these series? I’d like to poke myself in the eyes right now, reading the beginning of this bologna. Hopefully I catch on soon, or else I’m scraping it and just going to watch the series on HBO.
I’m just putting this out there – if I ever become wealthy, I’m totally making my new profession “Reading for Pleasure.” As it stands now for us working folks, time for stuff you like to do is hard to come by.
What has everyone been up to? I feel like I’ve been absent for far too long.