Friday, April 10, 2009


Lately, I have been escaping to my own worlds...and the more that I do, the harder it is to get out...maybe I'd rather stay lost...


Lonely Heart said...

Oh Lenore...
I get the feeling that this is about life and escaping reality. Is it?

It's harder for me to get lost anymore.

Lonely Heart said...

Ok so this may sound a little weird, but bear with me: I wish I could be you for just a day. Reality sucks. And as much as I would love to be an adult and be out in the world on my own, I'm not prepared to face reality. I still want to be young and live in my own fantasy world.

I've had to face reality at such a young age that I forget how to be young and get lost. And when I do act young and such, it feels weird. Unfortunately, I'm only getting older. I don't know; it's all happening so fast.

And here's the unescapable catch: We all have to face reality at some point.

Sprinkle said...

:( I'm sorry if you're sad, cutie. I noticed you haven't been twittering as often.
I adore your Boston series so far... Amazing. Absolutely stunning. This summer I won't be in a big city, but I'll be spending a while in a tiny seaside town, full of cottages of pastel colors, Lake Michigan (which FEELS like the ocean, its so large!), bicycles, tiny boutiques, antiques, fish, yummy food... I cannot wait. I hope to blog from there, but its not until late July.

Lonely Heart said...

Lenore, I had no idea. I know you probably hear this a lot, but I'm being sincere when I say I'm sorry you had to go through that. No child should ever have to see one of their parents walk out.


If you feel like you want to scream and yell at your dad for what he did, then you should. He should know that what he did affected you, and that it's not ok.
But I guess it's easier said than done. And accepting what happened between your parents takes a lot of time.

I can definitely understand now why you like to get lost. And to be honest, right now, there's no problem with wanting to stay lost for awhile.