Monday, March 09, 2009

Quote of the Week

My apologies about this being late in arriving. My girlfriend and I are trying to squeeze every last ounce of time together before I depart for Birmingham on Thursday evening. Who knows how long it will be before I return to DC?



It is a pity that, as one gradually gains experience, one loses one's youth.- Vincent Van Gogh.

*I suppose my response is this. Stay young without being foolish and use the wisdom of age without becoming complacent and intractable.

5 comments:

Mauigirl said...

Very true words, and I like the codicil about not becoming intractable.

How are you and your girlfriend going to manage the long-distance thing? I was forgetting you weren't going to be in DC indefinitely!

Comrade Kevin said...

Hey Mauigirl!

Well, she wishes to keep it going and is convinced she can help me find a job and a place to stay here. The decision is always hers, of course, and I've told her that if she feels like she can't handle being apart from me for a potentially long while, she has every right to get out. That's only fair, I think.

Gail said...

Hi Kevin-

I didn't realize you were through with the study. How time flies, huh?
Are you considering relocating to DC? Change can be good - ya know?

Love Gail
peace....

Liberality said...

Good luck with the long distance romance my friend.

PENolan said...

The good thing about long distance romance is that if you really want to be together, you'll figure out a way to get back there. And if you don't, then you're already apart anyway.

Buzz Kill and I were apart for months at the beginning until I moved to New York. As they say, wild horses couldn't have kept me away. Even though my biological clock was ticking so loudly I was partially insane, we were together nearly twenty year, and Velvet makes it all worthwhile.

Liberality and Utah gave me a Sisterhood award. Maybe it's supposed to be for girls, but I wanted to pass it on to you like a bloggy sister/bro.