It’s been close to around 6 months since I have passed out of college. Over these said past six months I had some of the best moments of my collegelife, like as if the best part was saved for the last and it is very true. You can only expect a guy to say so and talk so openly if and only if he’s been in love, and it very much is true.
But however it’s not been all smiles and eternal bliss. It’s complicated it had been right from the start but however I had decided to overlook all those, because I loved her and I truly honestly did. But as of late things are starting to look n sound all the more grayish and sombre. It’s like as if life is finally catching up onto each and everyone of us in its own sinister campaign. I dread this, I always have and I still do without further a doubt.
I seem to have all the confidence writhin me so as to call upon the whole wide world but lately I feel I have accomplished very little so as to prove my point. Whereas most of those in my circles seem to have a lot more mustered up within them.
It feels like as if I have made my step into the dreaded rat race. With the whole lot running around naked and chasing around one anotherin the pursuit of quenching once desires rather than once conscience.
The good old days of ever valued friendship and kinship seems to be counted for. With all these happeningaround me I feel desolate, strange, stranded and all the more lonely.
The so called ‘Gray Matter’ .
The latest issue of TIME, featuring our cover story on the rise of attachment parenting, “Are You Mom Enough?” hits newsstands Friday.
(On the cover: Jamie Grumet, 26, and her son, 3, whom she breastfeeds. Photograph by Martin Schoeller for TIME)
Read more here.
The cover’s still causing quite a stir. What do you think? Actress Alyssa Milano, herself a new mother, echoed many complaints when she tweeted to her 2 million followers: