Jan. 31st, 2005

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Jan. 31st, 2005 01:10 pm
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[Boston area] [livejournal.com profile] dilletante notes that someone is paying attention to what motivates professional research subjects. BRAAAAAAINS.

[livejournal.com profile] dglenn has a delightful mathematics and sex-related quote.


I'm doing a startlingly good job of ignoring the fact that [livejournal.com profile] australian_joe leaves tomorrow, since thinking about it is unlikely to be, in any way, helpful. And, well, there is time _today_.

And I'm pleased by the fact that I appear to have _finally_ gotten to a state where some final thing clicked in my head relating to the reality of him (and us). It's kinda like there was something in my head which hadn't gotten enough of... something (time in-person?), so it was still holding out. Or something. And now that isn't true anymore. More of the comfortable/right, and less of the disbelief. And I really don't know how to word this, so I stop.

I do wonder if this will a) reduce my excessive clinginess when he visits (or at least make it last for less long), and b) reduce my difficulty with time apart, and perhaps the degree to which my time apart timeout has a negative effect on things. We shall see!

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Jan. 31st, 2005 01:10 pm
wispfox: (Default)
[Boston area] [livejournal.com profile] dilletante notes that someone is paying attention to what motivates professional research subjects. BRAAAAAAINS.

[livejournal.com profile] dglenn has a delightful mathematics and sex-related quote.


I'm doing a startlingly good job of ignoring the fact that [livejournal.com profile] australian_joe leaves tomorrow, since thinking about it is unlikely to be, in any way, helpful. And, well, there is time _today_.

And I'm pleased by the fact that I appear to have _finally_ gotten to a state where some final thing clicked in my head relating to the reality of him (and us). It's kinda like there was something in my head which hadn't gotten enough of... something (time in-person?), so it was still holding out. Or something. And now that isn't true anymore. More of the comfortable/right, and less of the disbelief. And I really don't know how to word this, so I stop.

I do wonder if this will a) reduce my excessive clinginess when he visits (or at least make it last for less long), and b) reduce my difficulty with time apart, and perhaps the degree to which my time apart timeout has a negative effect on things. We shall see!

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