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Rowing not rowing.


Camy

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M and I had a row today. I was in a foul mood and flew off the handle at a meaningless slight. Then, much like Attila the Hun, I told him to go f**k himself, and stormed out, slamming the door behind me. I was incensed. Then, as I drove away, I thought about how he must have been feeling, and I almost ... almost turned back: but I'm nothing if not bloody minded, and drove on. A mile up the road the phone went off ...

... and all is well in the garden, Chancy.

We went for a great walk on the beach. Weather bleedin' 'ot, and narry a cloud in the sky.

I'm not good with rowing. In the past we've not talked for months, but now we're ... umm ... an item!? I guess I have to be more mature, and less of a kid about 'stuff.'

Camy.

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It's okay to have a row, because it gives you an excuse to kiss and make up.Long rows that never get resolved due to stubbornness are a bad idea.
Agreed, without a shadow of a doubt ... but tell that to my brain! I am getting better ... at least I like to think I am. :icon5: ... and you know what they say about make-up kissing! :wink:
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I suspect the couples who don't occasionally tell each other to go fuck themselves are the ones who secretly plan to kill each other.You know how constantly being on your best behavior makes you build up resentment? So you wind up hating the person you're being nice to all the time? Yeah. Been there and done that.Of course, there are those couples who genuinely never argue. They're the ones who never communicate. I'm sure there's some flashy fiction in there.

... and you know what they say about make-up kissing! :icon5:
It smudges the make-up?
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I suspect the couples who don't occasionally tell each other to go fuck themselves are the ones who secretly plan to kill each other.You know how constantly being on your best behavior makes you build up resentment? So you wind up hating the person you're being nice to all the time? Yeah. Been there and done that.Of course, there are those couples who genuinely never argue. They're the ones who never communicate. I'm sure there's some flashy fiction in there.
... and you know what they say about make-up kissing! :icon5:
It smudges the make-up?
That seems to be an interesting and probably an accurate analysis of relationship tensions. I haven't really worried about the make-up smudging or bothered with making up since my partner and I have agreed it is so messy. (Yeah, Right. Like that would stop us.) :wink: I was going to post a further response, but thought I shouldn't hijack Camy's Blog for my own dissertation, so please see entry #78 in my blog for my thoughts on Rows in Love. :sad:
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going through my own newbie relationship with a prior friend gives me an insight into M's and your's squables. and I hate being mature about "stuff", but I"m finding it's the only way to keep what I have.Ho Hum...life goes on.As for the make-up sex, I'll never tell my thoughts about that...normallybut since Camy's like familyIt's great.Yummy yummyJason

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