Thursday, December 22, 2011


I read this post over at Rogue's Awakening last night. And I loved it. I think she's talking about a level of connection that many of us strive for. You know, when someone isn't just under your skin--they're in your mind, and that connection is so strong that it reaches through any obstacle.
Anyways, I thought her post was lovely because it showed how close two people can become.

Though usually it's the bad dreams we share isn't it? But it's not so much about the dreams as being on that wavelength together--whether we know it or not.

It's kind of like coming home you know. After the arguments and the distance, after the dreams and awakening, when that moment of reconnection occurs...It's a lovely thing.

After Alpha read my post yesterday, he accused me of being melodramatic. Who, me? Melodramatic?! Never!!
But I was thinking about it, and my posts don't usually show angst with him. They are most often written in retrospect--after the conflict when the sun shines once again. On one hand I don't really like saying things about him here that are...Critical? On the other hand, neither one of us shits rainbows and rides unicorns (a sentence shamelessly stolen from one of the most hilarious comments ever).

My blog is about my dreams, those perfect moments that I can capture in time with it. But it's also the nightmares that come with life and about the reality of being human. It's about us and the imperfections that make us perfect for each other.

To appreciate the exquisite moments of reconnection, we must first experience the distance that leads to those lovely instances.


  1. Life has a way of handing us those distancing moments, it's what we do with them that is important. And I for one am glad you show your human side and don't pretend you shit rainbows and ride unicorns(love that sentence), cause really who's life is like that?

  2. I, too, love the most hilarious comment ever!!

    I wasn't there, but I don't think you were being melodramatic... I'm thinking that maybe, just maybe, you have feelings and again maybe... you were justified in your feelings.

    I'm a firm believer that "this too shall pass". Sometimes that thinking is the only thing that gets me up in the morning!!

    Wish I could come help ya bail your shower!! ((hugs))

  3. Very true! The bad storms are the reason we reach so desperately for home and feel such profound relief when we arrive safely. I enjoyed your post...and thanks for the mention! :)

  4. faerie, lol--I doubt anyone's life is like that. And I agree, what's important is what we do with those moments.

    Mikki, yea, when I got that comment, I almost fell off my chair. Giggled about it for hours lol.
    I hear ya with the "this too shall pass." Sometimes it's the only view to get through. But hey, the shower is fixed!!

    Rogue, thanks for stopping by. Glad you enjoyed the post. And thank You for the inspiration.


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