Thursday, 8 November 2012

Celestine, its autumn now, it feels like an age





The last few weeks haven't exactly been my favourite ever. I had a pretty rubbish time with a horrible break up, and had understandably stopped feeling like my usual bouncy self. I eventually reached a point where I didn't see any end to feeling so empty and lost. As far as I could see, I had two options in my over-dramatic little head, either stay feeling completely miserable forever or pick up the pieces and get on with my life. So, here I am. I'm trying out that second option. Personally I think it sounds a lot more fun than staring blankly into space for hours on end and wandering round with an expression on my face so grim that the RSPCA charity man feels the need to tell me to "cheer up love, it might never happen" (it pains me to admit that that last part was most definitely a true story).

On the plus side, the last few weeks have definitely reminded me that I've got amazing friends who have really shown their true brilliance lately (mostly through the medium of food... that part of me always remains the same no matter what I'm going through!). I've got so much to look forward to over the next few months, and I'm making sure I bloomin' well enjoy it.

Friendship
Image: Pinterest

My apologies for this too-much-emotional-info type post, I've been trying to get back into blogging for a little while now but felt like I couldn't just launch into my usual ramblings and completely skirt over the fact that things haven't been all rosy and filled with sunshine of late.

Normal service shall most definitely resume soon. 
I promise (to myself and also to you people... listening to me moan definitely isn't that exciting). 




9 comments:

  1. So sorry to hear [read!] about your break-up :( They are never easy, but I am glad you've got great friends around you - always helps, and they will always be there! Remember that sweet xxx

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    1. Thanks Sophie :) a definite positive of what happened has been remembering just how lovely my bunch of friends are, there's really no better cure than friendship :) xxx

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  2. Sorry to hear you've been feeling so low. You don't need to apologise for saying it, I think it helps to say how you feel and writing is sometimes so much easier than talking. I'm glad to see you're back and I hope you start to feel better soon. Lizz x

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    1. Thanks Lizz, means a lot :). I definitely agree about writing being easier as a way of expressing your feelings, its so much harder to get the words out in real life! x

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  3. Ahhh dear!!!!! Really hope you start to feel much better soon - sounds like a rotten couple of weeks. Sending you lotsv love! Chin up cheesecake :) :) xxxxxxx

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    1. Thanks Sal, muchly appreciated! Chin up cheesecake may have possibly just become my new favourite expression :) xxx

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  4. KAZ I LOVE YOU. I've being lost without your posts.
    Actually lost, I kept clicking on your blog waiting for my weekly sunshine boost.
    You can email me if you ever want to talk :D I feel so sorry for you when I broke up with my boyfriend of 3 years I just had to start religiously believing that everything happens for a reason and that we were meant to break up so Christian Bale could one day swoop me up in his batmobile and let Alfred make me a cuppa. xxxx ♥

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    1. N'aww Grace <3 My sincerest apologies that I've been depriving you of sunshine... if that's not enough of a reason to get back to normal then I don't know what is!
      Thanks chuck, very much appreciated :) I hope Christian Bale has enough room in his batmobile for the two of us ;) xxx

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  5. Sorry to hear that, breakups are awful :(

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