"There are plenty of fish in the sea..."Sun, February 17, 2013 - 9:23 AM
Something I seen on a different site. It's sad how well that fits me. :(
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maybe you are using the wrong kind of tackle, rod or even the bait....
but that can always be fixed~!
An hour after you posted this I broke it off with my fiance'
Even when you meet someone they might not be the right one, it takes a few dates and then it takes a couple to a few years to really get to know someone. I know sometimes it can be wearing on your patience, I mean, who wouldn't want to find the right one right now? But truth is, the right one will come at the right time. Even my mom was giving me a nice lecture on how you will know because it will be just right, it will feel right and logically right as well. There will be no doubt at all. My mom continued by saying she didn't meet the right person until she was 30. She had several engagements too but it wasn't until she met him that she knew for sure. And here I am too! haha!
I know it can be lonely but don't let that be the reason to take any guy who offers their hand to you (or their bedroom O_o)
You owe yourself the respect to wait for the right person and as you wait, enjoy life!
Funny story on how my mom and dad met actually. Here's the story LOL sorry for being a novel here haha!
My mom was always on the go. She was traveling around a lot, meeting people here and there, always on the move. She has come across a bar (she bartended for 20 years) that had this one guy there (my dad) who she had to do a double-take, he was handsome, gorgeous hair (that was the thing back then, sexy long hair on a guy with tight jeans that shows their you know what LOL) But he was married or at the time going through a divorce and she quickly told herself, oh forget about it. She then was gone for a year.. Little did she know, she also made his head turn that night and ever since that night he kept asking about her and talking about her. The bartender and a couple people there said they had seen her around and even worked at some of the bars, but he couldn't find her.
A year later and after a bad relationship with someone, she had stumbled into the bar again. The people who knew her walked up to her and said, hey there's a guy who really wants to meet you and have a drink. She turned it down (due to her recent bad relationship she wasn't in the mood to meeting someone) but they kept persisting. She said no several times but as she was saying no to them, the bartender locked the doors to the bar discreatly. Then, the guy was sitting at a table for two, by himself. My mom tried to leave and discovered the bar doors were locked and she yelled at the bartender... what the hell is this??? He pointed to the guy sitting and waiting for her and he said just have one drink with him, that's all he is asking and that's all it will take for me to open this door, give the poor guy a chance, he has been waiting for you for a year. She said fine and headed over to the table. They started talking and something sparked. She suddenly was over her recent break-up and gave the guy a second date. From there on out they discovered that they had similar beliefs that they considered to be very important and decided to give each other a chance for dating. Well, they totally hit it off. She even agree'd to take in his kids from the previous marriage. It was a rocky start getting settled with young kids and then getting pregnant with me, but once everyone got used to the idea that she and I were going to stay, they were more open about it.
To this day my parents are inseparable. They are so cute and annoying haha! They have come a long way but did it together.
Even my dad sometimes gives me short lectures and says, I've been married and I thought my high school sweet heart was the one, little did I know that it was lust and not love. How can kids know what love is anyways with all those hormones? LOL!!
I have a friend who married right out of high school too and got a divorce when he turned 21. Thing is you just can't jump the boat.
If you are feeling lonely, count your blessings. Find something funny to watch, or remember funny moments.
Well just last night our cat Sheldon got his butt stuck in the cat cube, he tried to get it off him by racing through the yard but the cube was right on his butt!!! It was hilarious! Poor guy was all freaked out but it was funny seeing this cat run around with a cat cube stuck on his butt. I even told my parents, well you know he's been eating a lot and his butt is getting big LOL!!!
As for your post with the fish saying..
Look up how to fish. Really! Look it up. Its not easy. And...it takes lots of patience. Sometimes while you are out in the middle of the water in the cold 5am morning until noon... you won't catch a thing. But you can't give up. It just takes time and lots of patience. Sometimes you don't catch what you want and you need to throw it back in. Like if you want a cat fish but catch tuna or squid, sea weed or trash, you have to throw it back. You might catch lots of things before you catch that cat fish. But don't let peoples beginners luck, turn you away. Some people might catch that right fish on the first try but catching one several tries later builds character and makes you wise. You will learn a lot sitting on the water listening to the waves, watching the colors of the sun rise, seeing how the birds play and catch their breakfast. But the person who caught their fish on the first try won't get to experience this beauty.
You are a remarkable person and someone special will connect with you.
Have faith in nature, in the Universe, have faith in love.
Ok I'm done being cheesy now hahaha! ^_^
|I'm just so burned out on life in general at the moment, it's hard to envision things getting better, you know?|
I completely understand. I hate those moments. Sadly though we have to ride through them and allow them to pass.
Sometimes just letting go helps get the ball moving, such as crying... having a good cry sometimes really helps. Its like... oh was that all I needed? Then you feel ten times better haha