This isn’t actually a theory about relationships. Anyway, it’s a theory. Which I started thinking about after reading this rather well-written entry on James’ blog (oh, yes, help please – when I say ‘James’ blog’ or ‘Rhys’ blog‘, is that right, or should it be ‘James’s’ and ‘Rhys’s’ because when I talk out loud the latter is definitely what I say but it looks wrong written down and I know I should know this because it’s the kind of thing I do for a living but sorry, I don’t know, sorry, help? Oh and by the way Rhys’ blog is a bad example because actually it’s Rhys and Dave’s blog in which case do I say ‘Rhys’ and Dave’s blog’ or ‘Rhys and Dave’s blog’ – is Rhys-and-Dave somehow morphed into one single entity because it is this entity which posseses and writes this blog, or what? Oh hell.) about his attitude to relationships.
Anyway, what I really wanted to say was actually about blogging and relationships. It’s a reasonably obvious one but it still surprised me: as a general rule bloggers are happier to talk about their theories about relationships and stuff when they’re single. Bloggers who are not single tend to avoid the subject or refer to relationships only to say cutesy things about a lovely life together (oh and if you’re in need of a dose of cute, have a look at Bellen. It’s kooky and cute and things). Or perhaps it’s just me, and it’s not much of a trend after all.
P.S. yesterday’s walk in the snow was beautiful. I was going to tell you a story about going to the park with my cousins and throwing ice at the pond for the awesome echoey skittering noise it makes but I’ll do that later, another day, you know.