|Current mood:|| curious|
|Current music:||the sounds of "Queer Eye" on TV nearby|
...I saw a "Queer Eye for the Straight Guy" music video for the theme song! It was so funny. It made me hso happy to see it that I almost cried. Not even crying like I was laughing so hard...I just utterly and truely and joyfully wanted to cry.
That happened to me during the preview for "Hidalgo" when we went to see ROTK on New Years Eve too. I just felt so empathetically towards the people in that story and I just wanted to cry. For joy and for sadness because I do no belong in this time that I was born in.
No one belongs in the time that they are born, really. Over their lifetime, they find out where they might have belonged. I think I would've belonged in any time but now. I would've been happiest in the 1920s in America. Most content with adventure in England or an English colony during the 1800s. These are difficult times that we live in and I would love to meet someone that belongs here in the present...to see if I can learn from them perhaps.
I'm a sucker for classic romance. Its sad really; I know exactly what kind of person would suit me as a boyfriend, but I can't seem to find them, no matter how hard I do or don't look.
...And in this I share my most intimate secrets, but you barely show your smiles to my expectant hopes...