How many people do you know who “relationship jump?” They go from one relationship immediately into another without really mourning the loss of the last relationship – or even thinking through the mistakes they previously made. It’s like they think being alone is a disease that must be avoided at all costs, even if it means picking the wrong person again.
JOHN: I know that thing you posted [on Facebook] about relationship jumpers wasn’t directed at me, but it still stung…but I’m glad.
CARRIE: I’m trying to help us all wake up to making better choices…including myself.
JOHN: I LOVE that you acknowledge your shortcomings and seek to improve yourself…nothing less attractive than someone who lives in a glass house and throws REALLY BIG STONES at other people living in the same house.
CARRIE: Thank you. I’m definitely self-aware and I think that’s what makes me able to really understand other people. Can I quote you on that?
JOHN: You certainly can. I am about due to be quoted again anyways, aren’t I?
CARRIE: Oh, definitely. Wait until you read “The Nurse.” I’m trying to finish it. Not sure what’s taking me so long. It’s probably because I rewrite a lot.
JOHN: Do I get quoted in that one?
CARRIE: Nope. Just a good story – I think.
JOHN: *IN A GOOFY VOICE* OOOOO, I LOVE a good thtory! Doth it have a happy ending?
CARRIE: *GIGGLES* No, just more advice stuff.
JOHN: That kind of thuckth! When are you gonna tell a thtory with a happy ending?
CARRIE: When I got one! Wheeeeeeeehhhhhhh….
JOHN: I love it when you pout and whine.
CARRIE: I’m pouting alright…
JOHN: Poor Carrie…