Welcome to the Party!

Just like I thought she would, she bailed. The difference this time was, because I cared very little, it was more funny than anything else. I knew she would, so I put zero effort into making her happy. I guess it showed through, because it took very little to set her off again. Of course it was my fault, it usually is, and I take full credit for her leaving.

In the middle of winter the last thing I need is an issue with anyone that would only cause discomfort and stress in a time where none is the preferred amount. Of course I made deals with her that will cost my a few bucks, but that’s on me because I know not to make deals with a short termer.

Where in the world do I give not only second, but third chances to someone who really didn’t deserve the first one. Now I don’t feel good or bad, I sort of feel sad for her, knowing a bit more about what she has to deal with daily. Unable to face the reality of her personal situation, she is forced to find comfort outside the home.

Welcome to the party and if she can’t see the forest for the trees who am I to say look hard retard? It’s not my job to point out the obvious but if someone can’t see it, they can’t see it. My mom used to say “You can lead a horse to water, but you can’t make ’em drink” and that is so true. Most people are not happy, but their not unhappy enough to do anything about it. That would be a tough place to be in for sure. Unable to jump of the ship that is slowly sinking knowing that in time, it will go down to the bottom.

There, now I feel better and not even a little bit guilty for putting in very little effort in round three of our attempted relationship. The future looks to bright for me to have anyone try to impose their will on me just wastes everyone’s time, because I don’t listen very well. If I want advice on how I should do things, I would ask. Having someone else’s option just tossed in my face on everything that comes up is a little uncomfortable and annoying.

Thanks YouTube for this video, from the Deadpool 2 movie, Welcome to the Party. With Spring on the horizon and a new stereo for my car, I have to say I really do love my life. Jesus makes my life not only work but work really really well. So I’m glad things worked out the way they did, because I didn’t want to settle for second best. I know that if I picked a single tree to look at, I wouldn’t be able to see the forest. My life is way to important to be taken seriously. Living in the now and enjoying each moment as it happens is my focus. It’s not happy people that are thankful, it’s thankful people that are happy.