publish-your-books

Okay, so I need to make my entries more regular…talk about sticking to a routine! I know it’s been two weeks since my last entry, but I’ve been busy.

I have a job interview tomorrow…fingers crossed!

You see Diary; I can actually do something when I set my mind to it. The last two didn’t seem so bad, but I haven’t heard from them yet and I’m not too sure if it’s a good sign or a bad one.

Meanwhile, surprise! Surprise! Gboyega called me today. He’s one of the people I met during my last interview. He also applied for a job there and we kinda got talking while we waited to be called and ended up exchanging phone numbers.

I haven’t had time to think much about him since the interview, but I like him…or at least I liked what I saw of him that day. I’ll have another chance at assessing him since he has asked me out for a late lunch on Friday.

I asked if he had heard from the company. But he said hasn’t heard from them either. If we both get the jobs we applied for, it would be so cool!

I know I have an interview tomorrow and all, and I should be preparing for that, but this call from Gboyega has set me on another path. It’s not like I already know what he wants, or if he’s interested in me romantically or anything, but I’m just wondering if it’s something I’m ready for, if indeed he’s interested in me.

It’s just been two months since my three month old relationship with Ken ended and I’m not sure I’m ready for another relationship yet.

Diary, you know how it was with Ken…When we met and he asked me out, I was thrilled! I can still remember the feeling of excitement, unending possibilities, of love…was it love? Who knows? I can’t say I do for sure, anyway.

Wasn’t I happy, even though it was short-lived? People still ask me what happened and all I can tell them truthfully is that I wasn’t ready for a relationship. What else would explain my sudden boredom few weeks into the relationship? You know how I would deliberately let my phone ring when he called just because I did not feel like talking to him.

Of course when I found out he had another girlfriend somewhere I quickly and happily ended things. Is a woman supposed to feel relieved when she ends a relationship? I asked Jane and she just laughed saying she never liked Ken in the first place.

Why is it that people only tell you they never liked your ex only after he becomes your ex?

After about a week of begging and asking us to get back together, I didn’t hear from Ken again…huge relief.

Diary, maybe I’m just not cut out for romantic relationships…