June 11, 2004

Graybo’s Incomplete Lexicon of Luuuurrvve
F is for Farewell

Every relationship has a time when you need to say goodbye for the very last time. But that’s generally horribly depressing, so let’s not dwell on that.
Instead, the Lexicon of Luuuurrvve teaches us that whether or not we are in a relationship, we can say farewell to miserable stuff because being happy is so much better for one’s mental wellbeing. Whilst luuuurrvve can be jolly good fun and create all sorts of opportunities, life is too short to dwell on sad things.
So, if you have sad stuff, either as a result of luuuurrvve (particularly unrequited luuuurrvve, q.v.) or from some other cause, say farewell to it today, and be a smiley happy person.

Or drown your sorrows in the pub. It’s your choice.
Thanks to Karen and Pete for letting me ramble inanely here once again. And thank you to all the lovely people who left lovely comments. And thank you to Vaughan, for being so much better at writing in an entertaining fashion than I am.
I’d also like to thank my family, my friends and my fiancée. Thanks also to my director, the producer, the key grip, the gaffer and the best boy. Special thanks to Kofi Annan, Benjamin Disraeli, Molly Ringwald and Boy George.
<sniff!> I couldn’t have done it without you.