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Re: Sometimes a fly is not just a fly... (long) orchid

Posted by Daisym on August 5, 2005, at 16:49:25

In reply to Re: Sometimes a fly is not just a fly... (long) Daisym, posted by orchid on August 5, 2005, at 15:58:56

I think you are right, that when reality intrudes, we unravel a little. I can remember an evening a long while ago that I left a distressed message and when my therapist called back, I knew he wasn't at home. He was on his cell and he wanted to tell me he had picked up the message and would call me later, but couldn't really talk now. I back pedaled so fast...and was horrified that I had intruded on his life! I told him once that I *knew* he didn't live in his office with a hot plate and a murphy bed but just like kids don't think of their teachers outside of the classroom, I tended to think of him in his office. Such little kid thinking!

Which brings me back to the struggle of intellectual capacity for this and the feelings that get evoked. I want them to match!




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