Sunday, April 7, 2013

Attitudes and Emotions

Attitudes and Emotions Part II  By Edgar Cayce
Weight: 2 lbs
Method of Disposal: Donating

My grandfather called last night.  He wanted to know when he could have dinner with me and my girlfriend.  You have no idea how great that is.  So many years have gone by where my relationships were not discussed and if they came up negative energy quickly encompassed the room before being pushed away by southern politeness/changing the topic. 

I want to have that dinner, even if it is at a terrible restaurant where all the vegetables are soaked in meat juices and chicken dumplings are considered a vegetable.  The most amazing part about our brief but sweet conversation the other night is that I felt comfortable/safe gushing about her with him in a way that I have not with my other family members and several of my close friends.  In part because he is someone who still believes in love and also because he loves me and knows that if I chose to be with her she must be incredible.  And she is. So double, triple win.  I think I'm a gonna RSVP to this one.



  1. I am so happy about the support you are receiving from your grandfather.

    Also, I can't believe you feel uncomfortable gushing about Harriett to your friends! Am I one of them? I hope not!

  2. Thank you, Friend! No, I fully intend to tell you all about it this weekend. It is probably not really even the fault of my friends but, rather, my issues. My family does have their hang ups, but ah well. Ain't that usually the way? All said and done, though, I am super excited and happy and smitten and ready to see you.