Wednesday, August 6, 2008

Take Me Away


Had a bad night...and the ugly is spilling into today.

I'm just going through some family stuff right now that's a little too personal to reveal here...maybe I'll share at a later date...when there's a glass of wine in my hand.

Is it pathetic for a 40 year-old to want to runaway?

...pfft!

16 comments:

David Dust said...

You can STILL run away - you just don't have to run that far.

Feel better...

XOXOXOXOXO

Southern Boy said...

It's not shameful. Run, dear, run! Sometimes, it's the only thing you can do.

Lewis said...

whatever it is, i send you greetings for handling it well...with poise and a smile. somehow. the island in the pic reminds me of Half Moon Cay in the Bahamas, Holland America's private island.

Mark in DE said...

I wish you peace and resolution to your family issues. They can be exhausting, that's for sure.

Hang in there!

Mark :-)

Projekt R3volution said...

I'll run away with you!
We need a vacation together!

Rey a.k.a. "Mr. Secret" said...

It's not pathetic but you need to run to a bigger island with many more things to do. I can imagine it'd get really boring on that island without a bar, a tv, a grille, and a full-stocked refrigerator... oh, and boys... LOTS of boys.

H. Alan Scott said...

i am dying to run away. DYING!

Rusty said...

Run, run, run! I did a couple years ago and it has been the best thing I ever did.

jason said...

"pathetic"? Indeed not. Sometimes
it's the only rational thing to do.

franck said...

It depends on how you run and where you run to. Jetting off to a tropical island could under no circumstance be considered pathetic, for example.

Jim said...

I hate running. Take a bike. Or perhaps get someone to carry you away.

Big Daddy said...

Hope everything works out!

T Unit said...

I hope it gets better! We all have times like this so sip some vino and breath. I said a little prayer for you.

Anonymous said...

It is never too late to run away. I did just that about 15 years ago and ran to Bora Bora and every day since I wish I was there. The only thing that keeps me going is the hope that one day I will return.

Hang in there. Tomorrow will be better. Peace!

Chris said...

Run, Fool, run!

I find that the only way to cope with family is to have some fun at their expense.

As long as they don't find out about it and come after you with a meat cleaver.

Anthony said...

Hope everything has calmed down for you & the situation is better.

Like the others say, there's nothing wrong with running away. I did for 6 months a couple of years ago and felt better for it. If you can't run off, keep dreaming of doing it. Maybe that's all you need!