It was such a lovely day to go to the park.
The sun was shining, the birds were...were not there. But if they were, my boyfriend would have chased them right away.
Or eaten them. He loves birds.
I learned a lot that day at the park. Like how territorial my boyfriend really is. This is not a quality I like in a boyfriend and of course I made it very clear that I was not his territory.
Thank God for that.
As we walked further down the path I realized we had made a major mistake. Yes the sun was shining, but that was the problem.
Sun = heat = melting snow = mud = dirty, dirty boyfriend!
Lots of mud.
We tried to wash off in the stream but that made things even worse. My boyfriend would just splash the ice cold water all over me and run around like...
like something that runs around alot.
I couldn't believe how dirty he managed to get! I refused to let him sit in the front seat of my car, if he was going to act like a child, I would treat him like a child.
That day I also learned that my boyfriend has some dependency problems. I mean, I can't be there for him every day to wash his hair after a walk in the muddy park. You'd think he's capable of doing that on his own but apparently he had never done it before.
I put an end to that right away. No man of mine is going to walk around like a smelly homeless person! I may sound controlling in this relationship but it's necessary, and it works for us.
Like every relationship we've got some issues to work through. Like why he won't bring me a glass of wine in the evenings? I ask nicely for god's sake! And why does he insist I rub his stomach every hour of every day? Don't I deserve a massage too?
I think he just wants to show off his six pack.
But for some reason, no matter
& how dependent he is,
there's something in that look he gives me that keeps me coming back.
1 year ago