Wednesday, February 14, 2007

I'm back

Well I decided to just pull my head out of the sand, roll over and piss like the good little submissive that I am, take another beating that I don't deserve, and just move on.

I chose this life. I need to live it, and live with it. It means I can't have a life outside of my "professional" life, so be it. I don't care anymore.

Meanwhile. I'm back in Mexico, back to the grind. I have lots to do which is good. I may be getting rid of a fly in the ointment which is even better. It will be good to be back to something closer to the equivilent of normal for me.

And at least I will always have animals to fall back on.

Moxie is thrilled to be home. She missed the kids. She spent all last night and today just going from one person to the next catching up on her lovins! She is such a joy. One bright spot in a sometimes dismal world.

This valentines day is perhaps the first one ever, that I am not pining away for a man for whatever reason. I made valentines from me and Mox for all the kids and the two teachers too. We had a little party, then went over to the DIF to serve a special lunch to the seniors in the community. They had a huge turn out, I bet there were 100 guests! We served Tamales and Atole. It seemed a big success. Everyone had a smile on their face. Even the kids seemed to enjoy it. So I don't have a boyfriend, and I'm not with the man that I love on Valentines day. I have so much love in my life, so many people to share it with, that it just doesn't matter. I sent valentines to James and gave Mom hers before I left. Mom left one for me in my backpack. Moxie thinks every day is valentines day, and the kids all made me homemade valentines and gave them to me this morning. So sweet. I missed them as much as Moxie did.

Well, Hi ho, hi ho.....

1 comment:

Debra Kay said...

It's always fun to buy yourself a valentine too-I give myself presents all the time. If you don't take good care of yourself, you won't be in any shape to take care of others.

It seems you have several engaged and newly engaged couples in your life-and that can make you feel a bit left out and forlorn. But YOU are living out a dream in Mexico-how cool is that?

We can't have everything. My current dilemma is a horse vs. no travel at all. And I would really like both, but it won't work.

As for pining away for a man-I think that's just something women think they are suppose to do. It serves no useful purpose, much like your appendix.