Monday, November 09, 2009

Yet Another Warning

It's 10 days until Boston today, so you get another post about... dun dun DAAAAAAAAAAA.... my trip to Boston. I'll wait a moment while you recover from the shock.
This post is a warning, because I feel one should be given.
I am really not good at being emotional. Aside from anger which had been deemed an acceptable "feeling" by the Germans at some point. Most other things are kept pretty much under wraps. Feelings are something to be feared and ashamed of, something to shove way down deep inside away from the light of day where they can fester and rot until one day they explode and you invade another country and start a major war.
What can I say? I didn't inherit a lot from the German side, but what I did get is generally frustrating.
Why am I warning you about this? Because I've had people tell me in the past that they weren't sure how to read me or that they were disappointed when I under-reacted to something. So I'm telling you now, for the most part my reaction is only a fraction of what's going on in my head. I'm just rubbish at being excited. My family, I am sure, can attest to that from every christmas/birthday/whatever that I've ever had.

This Public Service Announcement has been brought to you by the letters Q, X and N and by the number 8.


natalie a said...

my hubby is like that too, it's impossibkle to get him overly excited about anything :)

that's ok - I love a challenge

Gwenhwyfar said...

I'm glad there are some people who can appreciate the subtle nuances involved here.

Robin said...

Be warned, my husband has a tendency to get very emotional. We can just laugh at him.

Gwenhwyfar said...

This could get very interesting.