Sometimes you have to make hard choices in life. Alex Moseley seems to have reached that stage.
I’m sorry, Circa. It wasn’t you–it was me. You were so flexible, so easy-going, and I took advantage of that, didn’t I? Can we make it work, you and I? Can I repair the damage, that broken trust? There’s still so much to do. You’re so well organized, and I? well, I still need you.
It’s just that this other notebook, you see, I need it too. Such a slim volume, with its creamy sheets. It’ll be discreet, I promise.
No, it’ll never be as forgiving as you. How could it? It’s so linear. It shows me all my flaws, my missteps. But it can also remember the moments of brilliance.
Visit his blog, Life, Revisited.