“You should see this man’s house in Sussex. A huge mansion with woodlands, lakes and what not!”
“My sister-in-law is constantly working on poisoning the minds of the other family members against me.”
“He was so inappropriately dressed for the occasion. I am glad they didn’t let him in. That’ll teach him.”
“Finally managed to close a deal today after many months of hard work. Yay!”
“It’s such a tragedy that this brilliant boy from a lovely family didn’t get offered a place either in Oxford or Cambridge!”
“I so hate living in England but my partner absolutely loves it! Can’t wait to move somewhere with warm weather!”
“Completely forgot to add baking powder to the cake mix and remembered just before putting it in the oven! Too late! How silly of me!”
“For the first time I finished a half marathon in under 2 hours. Woooooah!”
“My cousin is going to introduce me to a man next weekend. I am a bit nervous.”
All these things happen to me or around me or to other people around me and the core of me feels completely untouched by any of it. I understand all of it as the drama of life.
There is only one happiness in life: to love and be loved.