While organising my thoughts on my RantyRantyRant (should I brand it Triple R?), it occurred to me that 'things' are very easy to break. Like dropping glasses or plates.
More 'nebulous things', like interpersonal relationships, take a longer time to break - these are sort of a cumulation of incidents that build one on top of another. And when the straw hits the camel's back, it breaks anyway. As broken as plates.
Sometimes, broken 'things' are easier to mend. On the other hand, who wants to eat off plates glued together?
But mending more 'nebulous things', like interpersonal relationships? In my experience, this often happens as the result of either a lot of time, an extreme amount of drama, or both. And who in the world likes drama?
* Shudder *