How to learn from experience II: “You look like my next mistake.”

Keep moving. Or do what I do and stick to the same pattern! Actually, it’s what I used to do. I wrote about Taylor Swift (TS) songs and one of my first heartbreaks in my last post, so I figured why stop now? Before I married the real love of my life, I dated. Some dates were casual and some turned into relationships like my two CKs. The two CKs in my life were very different, but they also had something in common. I went shopping all the time. Okay, that’s not the commonality, but I did shop a lot in those days lol.

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I was married to one CK. Think of TS’s song “Style.” That was us. Off and on and really (no really) bad for one another. As for the other CK, I can’t think of a TS song that represents that relationship. Maybe “I knew you were trouble?”  I was going through a really rough patch (divorce from the first CK and a legal thing), so the song doesn’t really describe all of my emotions. It’s probably more accurate to say it was TS’s monologue before the video starts.

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At the time, CK 2 made me feel alive because CK 1 made me want to die, so yeah it was a feeling like I didn’t know if I was “ever gonna feel that way again. But I [didn’t] know if I should.” In retrospect, it’s really sad that feeling ‘alive’ was important to me, but now that I’m thinking of it, I did watch Dawson’s Creek DVDs 24/7 at that time. Apparently, experience does not negate my inner drama queen and media feeds my demons.

Perhaps that’s why I find TS’s lyrics so relatable. When some people feel, we feel it in our bones and it hurts affects everything around us. Actually, I just realized I have half a TS song for my husband.

I’m wearing

Outfit: Egoisme – Leather Bodysuit for Maitreya in Pink Leather (Fat Pack offers alternative colors and texture)
Jewelry: Dark Mouse Vintage 50’s Pearl & Diamond Earrings
Hair: D!va Hair “Gabriella” in Citrine
Body Parts: LAQ Head Trinity and Maitreya Body Lara,
Pose(s): oOo Studio city_five_m and Manifeste- Model_730
Background: Birdy Boudoir Clothing Rack and  Divider Screen @ The Arcade September 2016

 

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