Or, directly translated from French: "Really." Yes, that really did happen, truth. Sometimes you come to realize the important aspects of life through television. For example, in "He's Just Not That Into You," Jennifer Anniston is dating Ben Affleck. They dated for 7 years and she was frustrated because he did not want to get married. On a smaller scale, what do relationship titles really mean? Nothing. It's just a way to broadcast to the world that you are 1) not single and 2) used to hold yourself back from other potential temptations. Who's business is it anyway?
What I'm saying is that personal business should remain just that .. personal. As long as you're on the same page, literally or figuratively, with your work, boss, friends, etc, that's all that matters - an understanding. A bond is, after all, stronger when this is accomplished and sometimes made more exciting when things are kept on the DL.
This relays into everyday life, sports, etc. As long as you are happy, more so than solely content, it doesn't matter what anyone else thinks. It's your life - you have earned the right to be selfish. You get to decide who you want to spend time with, what you want to do, how productive you are going to be, etc. The only person that will always and forever be in your life is you - take steps now to improve your relationship with yourself.
On an uneasy note, tennis is starting this week. Wednesday & Thursdays, although I have my internship on Wednesdays. It's cold outside. There are variables. We shall see how this turns out.
Take my food for thought and snack on it .. you cannot truly love anyone or anything completely until you can completely love yourself. Until then, surround yourself with those who mean a lot to you, may it be best friends or what have you. Be true to yourself and for heaven's sake, stay classy.