ex p has just left after spending the afternoon retrieving his remaining possessions.
We've been split since Christmas and after the initial adjustment period I've been really happy as a singleton.
Feeling a bit queasy and teary sitting in newly bare rooms
I'm being silly I know and I will enjoy choosing new furniture etc.
It would have been helpful if he hadn't kept asking questions such as 'can i call you and arrange to come and see the cat/you' then when I said no, that would be really weird, don't do that' he looked soooo crushed and pained.
Felt like a really horrible person by the end of it all.
Sorry, this is all self indulgent twaddle really, but if you're passing this thread a 'there there' the worst is over would be very much appreciated
Well, I'm less than astonished to see the Cap'n hasn't changed. Pleading to come back? Missing the CAT?? Crushed, pained, Bibi will feel guilty and then I'll be able to get her pandering to my pathetic needs again ...
Tsk, Bibi You are a better woman than he'll ever be (er, you know what I mean!) Sales will be starting soon. Happy shopping xx
at garlic Bibi, I've been following your threads since the start. I just wanted to say a huge CONGRATULATIONS! for having finally got shot of him (and his baggage - har har) This is probably the worst it will ever get, with this bloke. The last bit of emotional awkwardness and guilt... yes, you're feeling sad now and that's totally fine and understandable. But tomorrow is a new day and you can start really going to town kitting out your very own space with relish. Enjoy And have a from me!
Moobs, snort! I mean I'm no picture with my clothes off but at least my sparkling personality will see me through
Have to say there was a part of me that was convinced the cap'n would have seen the error of his ways by now and moved on with his life but nope, still living at mummy's and trying to make me feel bad for him.
Well, as always, thank the universe for my good MN friends.
Feel very much better again now! Better go shove my things back into cupboards now (idiot left everything everywhere that isn't his)
Operation 'bibify' is nearly there for tonight, phew!
Was a bit worried I was just gonna sit on my considerably sized butt wasting tears of self pity.
SingOut - It does feel really good to be able to chuck things in a black binliner without a voice behind me whining 'but i might neeeeeeeed that'!
I always was a bit of a minimalist even as a child (cosy but without a load of unwanted ornaments etc) having cupboards stuffed with things no one is going to ever use again makes me feel uncomfortable, can't help it.
Hi Katisha, lovely to see you
Yes I got the bike back, sold it for a good amount of money and am now the proud owner of a little White sports car (old but sporty and fast ) so am chuffed with that
God when I think back, not 7 months ago all of this seemed so daunting and almost impossible......
I was just about to ask about the bike! Well done.
I was thinking of you the other day as my Dad was waffling on talking to me about Brunel. You need to have a weekend away to mark the very end of the Cap'n. I'm still on for tea and cake, just say the word
You do realise that he brought his niece in order to make you feel guilty? Twat.