You cannot be lonely if you like the person you're alone with. -Wayne Dyer
I've just deactivated my Facebook account. Yes I did, like half an hour ago. I don't know why I feel so relieved after doing it... Maybe I sense a bit of freedom air? All this time, Facebook helps. A lot. Just like the other social networking tools, it brought me updates from friends, greetings from old companions, news and issues from the political stage progress, offers from online shops and many many other things. But I just need more space to reconcilliate with myself. To be alone and have this so-called quality time with the sould inside my corpus. Am I weird or greed? Weird for loving the romantism of loneliness, or greed for possesing myself all alone. I always feel like making barriers and walls around myself - I don't want to be always exist.
On me : Black Lace Top - vintage, Black skirt : Rampage, Black Lace Cardigan : vintage, wooden slingback shoes : Chrissie, Pearl necklace with bow : Handmade, Carpet Chain Bag : self-designed, Sheer Black Tights : Socksdream, Bow Headband : Handmade, Glasses : random.
Some people I know will be freaking out when their existence meter jump off low, but me, in the contrary, always pull off myself few steps backward everytime I aware that I've been too socialized. Virtually, I regularly dissapearing from all my accounts - just for awhile until I consider the hiatus is enough. And in the real world, I skipped some classes and refused to join several gatherings with my bestfriends... mostly for sitting alone in the corner of my bedroom, reading books and drink coffee (it's tea latte now, since coffee could jeopardized my health again) or walking somewhere with my dogs. This time I'm not going anywhere, since now I'm still flirting with my computer... But at least I have more space in my mind - the space that was belong to the Facebook-ing routines.
excuse the minor quality photos... i still haven't got my 500D yet, damned the slow reparation services.
And by the way, I just got an SMS from a friend who said that he also do the same M.I.A. on his most stressful days. This make me wonder, is there anyone of you do the same thing like what we do? Or probably have some reasons why you choose to make or make not any online account on the social networking village? Because it will be interesting to know other people who ever feel the similar way.
I forgot to mention the rings : left is a vintage button ring; a handmade, and the rose ring is from Phie.
Eerr, before I forget, congratulations for our blogger fellow Phie for her new online shop, Phie Garage. I've just been told about this, and decided to share this if you wanna know... because she also held her first giveaway too! Win a pearl necklace and fancy ribbon ring there - change your luck! I'm going to meet a friend from
this evening, so I better get prepared. Meet-up with online pals is always loving, don't you think so? For the same reason I can't wait for my little meet-up with Eva from Crunchy Cheese Me. This lovely girl is going to my town and I really looking forward to talk with her. She just had an ended relationship, I just found out, but from the way she wrote about the story, I give her kudos. She's a tough little baby. You should know that you are loved. Just like you, everyone passes this sentences, please remember that you are always - and most deserved to be - loved. Adelaide