Essay, Suddenly Seymour 

I had my IV antibiotics earlier today (administered at a local hospital per insurance requirements), came home and slept for several hours, then woke with “Suddenly Seymour” rattling around my brain. Several hours later it’s stuck in a loop. I watched the movie (Little Shop of Horrors), the day of the eclipse, so a week ago yesterday, and hadn’t consciously thought about the song since then. What strange things our brains are!

Though, it certainly would be nice to have someone (compatible and sane) declare him/herself in a ballad. 

One of these days I’ll start dating again… Perhaps I’ll be able to find my (kaboom) Seymour. 

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You can’t make someone love you, and other truths we pretend are not true. ** editorial/reblog

This is so true.

I hope my kaboom person with an affinity for my quirks and kinks is out there.

To lovers and dreamers everywhere, I share…

Love Tarot For Beginners

The Lovers and The Tower Life Changing Awesome or a Really Bad Time? Could be either! Whee!

There is a very pervasive and understandably appealing idea that you can, though sheer force of will and possibly specialized, targeted, frankly manipulative behavior, win the heart of someone who might otherwise not give you the time of day.

It is a comforting thought. If you only make all your reasonable needs teeny teeny tiny, and just Become the Magical Mate of Their Dreams, they will drop their defenses or apathy and just perk right up and be awesome to you.

Then they will love you, and commit, and you will be so happy, and all the hard work you did landing that fish will be so worth it, because LOVE.

This is something akin to putting on a very elaborate costume for a date, having the date go swimmingly, and then realizing if you want…

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