DOING IT WRONG
I wrote this post earlier about picking up and dropping tv shows and comics where it works best for you. Mostly it’s about dropping stuff when the story has run its course, narratively speaking or in the way it resonates with you the reader/watcher.
And then, because I’m me, I got to thinking about this and how it relates to the romantical stuffs. And how when things seem to naturally run their course, I have this terrible habit of trying to hold on a little bit longer. I mean, sometimes your time is just up and you need to drop things like post-New 52 Batgirl. I think it’s kinda ironic that something I can do so easily in one area of my life is so difficult in another. I know I’m over-simplifying here—no one can (or should) drop people like they’re a piece of media. But sometimes things happen and relationships end and it’s no one’s fault. And you get to the point where you’re just spinning wheels. So you can watch season six and seven and eight of Supernatural but there’s no real narrative anymore. And you’ll just get hurt hoping that maybe it’ll all come back together again.