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like water follows water

  • Jan. 4th, 2008 at 9:01 PM
cuz i have had something to prove
as long as i know something
that needs improvement
and you know that everytime i move
i make a woman's movement
and first you decide what you've gotta do
then you go out and do it
and maybe the most that we can do
is just to see eachother through it

and too much is how i love you
but too well is how i know you
and i've got nothing to prove this time
just something to show you
i guess i just wanted you to see
that it was all worth it to me

I haven't posted much lately because I haven't had anything pleasant to say.  I've been wallowing.  I'm not apologizing for it and I'm not about to stop, but I have to be positive.  So.  3 positive things about today, and one good Josh story, because it makes me happy to think about.

1.  Jello.
2.  I am rearranging the living room today - something I have been meaning to do for quite a while.  That's one goal down.
3.  I am about to finish care package #4 for him.  I have mailed one so far and have 3 more here waiting to go.

And a Josh story.  Not long after we moved in together, there was a point where we were apart for about a month.  It was election year, about a month before the presidential elections, so it was heavy VIP season.  He was gone on a two week and then was diverted for another week before he had a chance to come home, and two days before his return I got the notice that I was heading to San Francisco.  Twelve hours before he got home, my team mate and I had to hit the road.  We drove down around a nine and a half hour trip to Panorama City.  When my week at SF was up, we drove back and I got pretty sick, so Amber had to drive the majority of the way. We left right after we were released because she knew how badly I wanted to get home (she was pretty awesome that way.)  When I got home around 4AM, I got into bed as quietly as I could because he was sleeping, but I saw shadows that didn't look right on the dresser.  When I turned on the bathroom light, I realized two things:

1.  Sitting on the dresser was a vase with two red roses, a new jewelry box (he had seen me admiring at Target over a month before), three cards, a Playboy bunny keychain (I <3 the bunny) and some bunny mints.  All set up in this gorgeous little romantic display about six days before my 22nd birthday.

2.  He wasn't asleep.  He had been waiting for me to get home and feigned sleep until I saw the flowers.

Thanks to Kim for the 3 positive things idea.

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