...that is how it is.
Right now, solar eclipse is underway. This morning, I tried looking for any eclipse glasses. (Why need eclipse glasses? It will protect your eyes from watching the solar eclipse. Also, you are able to clearly see the solar eclipse as it filters most of the sunlight.) Everywhere was sold out. FYI, the last solar eclipse occurred in 1979. (Then again, I did not come prepared.)
Now, I will write about this blog post.
(I am here multi-tasking. How, so? As I write this post, I am listening to Lifehouse song, "It Is What It Is." Also, the TV is left on, as I watch the news about the solar eclipse, while I drink my coffee.)
Again, it is what it is...that is how it is.
Somehow, I meet women while I run errands or something. (When I meet them, they are on vacation.) Apparently, they live far away from me. It just happens. Possibly, they assume the long-distance relationship is not gonna go anywhere.
(FYI, I only have had one girlfriend. I am not a ladies' man. Great news: I still keep in touch with an awesome lady currently living in Memphis, TN.)
It would be a lot easier, if every lady had a label above their head.
How, so? For instance, I see a visible label on top of Ellie's head. She is single at 26 years old living in San Francisco, CA. (I randomly chose a name, age, and location. FYI, Ellie Goulding is one of my favorite female artists.)
I told one of my good friends about this labeling part. He answered that it is almost similar to the classic PC game, "The Sims."
Then again, life would be too boring. Life is a challenge.
No need to completely rely on "The Sims." How, so? For instance, I can see an attractive lady wearing a ring on her left hand. Thus, she is either engaged, married, or taken.
One of my good friends is rarely single. Why, so? He always finds a girlfriend. Then again, focus on myself.
Comparing others will get in my head.
How, so? For instance, during the holidays, I was depressed from watching everybody's social media. I am not here to battle and/or envy others anymore. (Yuh, good for him.)
I have nothing else to say. Here are my last words...
Remember, patience is the key. (Go with the flow, and do not force the issue.)
When that time comes, I can tell her, "You rock my world!" (I did write a blog post, "A Letter To Her." It was a letter from me to my future girlfriend.)