I’d Break Up With You if I Could

posted by Momo Fali on March 22, 2013

It’s long past time that we had a talk, you and I. Quite honestly, your erratic behavior is getting old.

Remember that day in January when we went for a run in the warm sunshine? That was a great day. We got along and we worked well together. You were pleasant and it made the pavement below my feet a little softer; the miles a little less long.

Since then I can’t really remember you showing me any kindness, and that hurts. I know you can be kind. I try to reason with you, but I get absolutely no response other than a cold shoulder.

I wish there was a way to fix this relationship, but I know I can’t do it alone and that I’m at your mercy. I have to go along with whatever you want, put up with your moods, and trudge through my day knowing that you may never give me what I need. I’m ready to move on and you’re stuck in the past.

And, really, Mother Nature? I’m over it.


  • tracey

    Yeah, she really holds all the cards in this relationship, doesn’t she?

  • Vicki

    Suck it Mother um… Nature.

  • tara

    Hahah aww sorry Momo!!

    I have to confess, I kind of miss the erratic behavior of seasons. Here in LA it has two a spring/rainy day or two and then full on summer. It’s nice, but I miss going through the cycles.

    Maybe we should do a house swap for a week! 🙂

  • Laura in Little Rock

    I have to admit, I thought of you and my dear friend in Virginia when I about fell out of my chair reading the comics on Thursday morning …and I’ve never met you, but I know you love beer.

    Hmm. Can a cite someone else’s website here? Correct me if I’m mistaken, apologies in advance, if needed.


  • AlisonH

    My ornamental pear for the first time ever refused to quit blooming even when it rained. (Which tells you how wimpy California rain is, but hey.) Wish I could send you some petals or something! It smells heavenly. It’ll happen around there, too, honest.

  • Melisa

    Well said. She’s a jerk.

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