Crazy Single Girl Life vs. Former Practically Married Life

It’s 10 o’clock in the evening on a weeknight, and I’m restless.  What am I gonna do?    Sit here?   Hell no.  

What would I have done a year ago in this circumstance?   I probably would have gone to the gym.   It was the default for burning off late night energy when I was, well, what I was gonna say was married.    I always sort of looked at it that way.   

Anyway, whatever it was, whatever name it went by, it’s not anymore.  And tonight, I say, screw it.   I’m not going to bed, and I’m not going to the gym.  I’m gonna put on my shoes, and I might even check my makeup, and then I’m going to sneak a peak at my booty in the mirror to make sure these jeans are working for me tonight, and I’m going to go hang out with a bunch of gay men in a piano bar.

 

Author: peggyluwho

What do you want to know? I'm a California native, and right now, I live 6 miles from where I was born. I'm single. I'm a feminist.

4 thoughts on “Crazy Single Girl Life vs. Former Practically Married Life”

  1. Firstly, this is the 21st century. There is no need for marriage.

    Secondly, if your in a relationship – and you can go out 10pm on any night of the week – With or with out your significant other. Something went terribly wrong.

    Thirdly, you should always check your ass in the mirror to see if your jeans are working for you. Always. I know I do.

    Fourthly, anniversary’s are bonus points if you remember them. Not requirements.

    Fifthly, I am awesome.

    Sixthly, and pretentious!

  2. Hi 99,
    Just to clarify, it wasn’t that I couldn’t go out. I just didn’t want to be out at random bars without him.

    But now I don’t have that problem.

    I concur about the lack of necessity of marriage. I think that you can have a blissfully committed arrangement without the blessings or acknowledgment of church, state, or the church-state. But if that’s your thing, that’s fine by me, too.

    You are awesome.

    And you are pretentious.

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