Sunday, October 5, 2008

It's all about timing...

Readers, I've recently been accused of not putting enough of my personal life into this blog. That accusation is preposterous! This is my life, straight up! Or fictionalized or something. That's all in the past though.

Let me tell you about a deeply personal experience I just had. Readers, I believe we all have soulmates and I believe we will all find our perfect companion. Sadly, sometimes we aren't ready to accept that person into our lives. We're not who we want to be, who we need to be. Sometimes we think we need to see more of the world, to grow more, to do more...before we settle down. Sadly, I fell into this trap last spring. I had been in an exclusive relationship with Electric B. for 6 months when I began to feel stifled...smothered...it was all just too much. I told Electric B. that I needed some space. It wasn't him, it was me. Still, I could tell he was hurt, obviously. I thought I was making the right decision for both of us. I couldn't force him to waste his warmth on someone who wasn't in the right place to appreciate it.
But, let me tell you Readers, I thought of Electric B. fondly all summer. I missed Electric B. soooo much. But, I had to fly free, I had to find my own way. I took all summer to myself, but there was always this ache in my heart. And, recently, there's been a frost in my toes from missing Electric B.
Today, Electric B. showed up on my bed. All warm and enveloping, just like he's always been. He hadn't changed. But I had. I've seen what life is like without him. I'll always have a place in my bed for Electric B. I look forward to reconnecting. I know we'll always be together...at least till next summer when I get the itch to move on. But Electric B. will always be my soulmate.

I highly encourage those of you who are planning to live your winter without an electric blanket to reconsider. It'll change your life. You will fall in love. I know I have. I don't think I ever really fell out of love, it was just a timing issue, like most relationships. Me and Electric B. are going to last forever. Or until he needs replaced.
It's all about timing, Readers.

6 comments:

Brandon said...

You know, if the Electric B's of the world didn't discriminate against bedwetters, I'd totally be there.

Natalie said...

I love my Electric B. I am even thinking about keeping him close next summer because Bryan just about froze me out with the AC this Summer!!!

Rae said...

I don't use my Electric B any more, it just got too old, like me. However they are wonderful, unless the electricty goes off!!

Lonna said...

Let me share a little personal insight into Lisa as well....She is two timing Electic B! Yes, it's true! She sleeps with 2 different Electric B's! Usually at the same time! If that is not enough shock....she also shares her bed with Mr. Q. Heavy Mr. Quilt.

Steve and Kirsten Bloomfield said...

Talk about creepy. Someone is getting a little to personal with her blanket. Thats why you get a husband. That way you don't need an electric blanket or two.

Hallie said...

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