Love Unrequited

I am single, and I am happy.

I always find it funny how people manage to be in my business and think all of these things. There are so many misconceptions about me floating around that it's actually starting to be funny to me. One thing that I will never understand in life is folks need to be in other people's business. Like I really think I'm one of the few people in this world who genuinely does not care about what other people perceive of me and how people handle their business. Ok maybe not the only person in the whole entire world, but you know what I mean. I just find it crazy that the more I try to shy away and be to myself and keep private matters private, the more people are attracted to it and want to be in my business. In fact here are the top five things that annoy me to hear these days:

1. You have hoes.
2. You're too old not to have kids.
3. Something must be wrong with you if you're not married by now.
4. You flirt too much.
5. You're short.

Ok number five has nothing to do with anything, but still, I'm 5'11 and chicks 4'10 are calling me short, oh ok. But any who, it's just funny how all of this is just the norm for people to say to me, every single day, when in reality I'm chilling most of the time. I don't know why people like to put more on me than what I have. I work 12hr days and basically 7 days a week. I don't really have time to think, much less entertain women. Even when I do have time to entertain, I'm working on making my blog better while watching movies and listening to new music. I literally don't have time to go out and entertain as much as people want to put that on me. Now there are some questions that need to be asked of me, such as:

1. Do I fit the description physically?
2. Am I that "friendly"?
3. Do act like I'm single?
4. Am I outgoing?
5. Is the sky blue?

I mean ok seriously those are all rhetorical questions, because at the end of the day, it's what I decide to do. Right now what I choose to do is be happy, odd as that may sound to you. I mean my personal happiness has always been a priority, but it took a backseat a lot of the times in life because I didn't know how to say no and I didn't know what it meant to let others learn life instead of trying to control it. So here I am, doing things that make me happy, such as sleep, eating and working on my blog if I'm not at work. And that's all that matters to me, for the first time in life, I'm working on making me happy instead of worrying about things I don't need to right now. All in all, love may be looking for me, and I surely won't closet the door on it whenever it arrives. But at the same time I'm just worrying about laughing every day and become an even better blogger.

And that's just fine enough for me.

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