Another hard day draws to an end.
The typical night fog clouds up the stars.
What have we done to the night sky.
I ended that with a period because it’s rhetorical.
Or it ought to be
You, the reader, ought to be meditating on your carbon footprint.
I’m trying to imply concepts but we each have to do our part.
Not that I personally have much of a part.
If I do, then I’ve forgotten my lines.
The neighbor has turned off their porch light making the sky less bright but still murky.
I sit in the car and stare at people walking their little dogs between the mobile homes.
When we had to move here in February, I practically threw tantrums on the floor every night.
I have a 1 hour commute to work Mon-Friday.
I never have time or energy to cook or do laundry.
Then I thought… I hardly ever did that before anyway.
Once I settled into the new routine it became less hard.
I gave up on trying to get to work on time.
I am not a morning person.
Never have been, never will be.
Lucky for me, neither is my boss.
I stopped trying to change myself to fit so many conventional norms.
I stopped talking back to narrow-minded idiots.
What difference does it make.
(Note the period?)
My car is cold.
The day wasn’t hard because of the commute.
My assistant I recently wrote about made a rude remark and it makes me sad.
She said, “You can’t just please yourself all the time.”
Her tone and words imply pleasing myself is all I ever do.
I want her fired.
She’s known me for years so it really hurt.
We’re not close friends but then again I’m not close friends with anyone.
Speaking of close friends, a little while ago, my husband and I were speaking with our loan broker, who happens to be the beautiful wife of my ex-best-guy friend.
He was my best-guy-friend until he broke the golden rule of guy-girl friendship.
After being close friends with each other for half our lives, he made disrespectful comments to me late last year.
He tried to get me to do something for his employer by hitting on me.
I don’t know him anymore.
My husband sought out his wife to see if we qualify for a house loan- which of course we shouldn’t- but being the creative persuasive woman that she is, she has helped us find a lender at a decent rate.
“Yes, yes,” you are thinking, “Blahblahblah but why are you in the car?”
Now you must know as well as I do that everything in this world has a catch.
The catch to this “let’s buy a house” project is that it’s really a duplex and I will have to live next to my in-laws forever, or the rest of my life, whichever ends first.
I’d be fooling myself if I told myself my husband wants to buy a house for us as a couple cause that is the normal way of couples who love each other.
Idk maybe I’m just cynical.
He wants to buy a house for his parents to retire.
I said “Ok but not your brother.”
His mom said, “Yes your brother.”
He said, “Oh well.”
Today is a hard day because he doesn’t hold my feelings or opinions in any regard.
I mean, he doesn’t even read anything I ever write.
I’m not writing this behind his back.
I’d be relieved if he read it.
But it hurts that he doesn’t really care.
Well he did bring me a quesadilla out to the car a few minutes ago but sometimes that’s just not enough.
My biggest problem is I can’t remember things.
Like I know he made me really sad the other day and I deleted his messages, but today I have no recollection of what happened.
I don’t understand- do I forget cause I love him?
Is that forgiving?
Am I really just pleasing myself all the time?
I miss my friend- the broker’s husband.
He’d let me rant on about this for hours.
His broker wife probably knows too many things about me.
She must know about my writing habits and my imaginary stalkers and how I was in love with someone else a while back.
It is awkward that she is helping us.
Inadvertently, she’s not.
For just a few seconds, I caught a glimpse of the moon.