Sorry Not Sorry…

For me, living in Coronaville, means never being alone.

This can lead to relationship sensitivities.

Despite the iconic words spoken by Ali McGraw over 50 years ago, Love Does Mean Having To Say You’re Sorry.

The catchphrase,  “Love means never having to say your sorry”, is a line from the Erich Segal novel Love Story and popularized by its 1970 film adaptation starring Ali MacGraw as Jennifer Cavalleri and Ryan O’Neal assuming the WASPY role of Oliver Barrett lV.

Whether it is actually saying the compromising word “sorry”, having make up sex, cooking three meals a day sometimes as a peace offering, it all translates into an apology tour.

My husband and I have very little separation just like a gifted cornerback assigned to cover a talented wide receiver.

We even have mani/pedis together.

Saturday, the conjoined married unit went off to Ruby’s to beautify and metrosexualize.

Near the end of the spa party David left the premises which I did not know.

The owner told me he left me and I loudly responded in a room filled with female Oliver Barrett lVs, “For another woman?!”

The salon broke up.

Then I realized that he could run, but he would never find another me especially after just being buffed, polished, rubbed and burnished to perfection.

Sorry not sorry…Imitated but never duplicated.

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