The New M.E. Generation

{October 23, 2008}   Costume Change 4 – The body issue

The day of the party arrived in 2004 and everything turned out as planned. The guests really took their time to ‘get their act together.’ Everyone thanked me for getting invited, and congratulated me for all my efforts in getting this event together. They also expressed how great I looked.

I see his youngest sister, the one who never missed the big bash, dressed in a full bodysuit. I took a good look at her thighs and ass, and realized they’re bigger than mine.

So it’s ok for her to be wearing a costume like that, but not his wife, the one who is supposed to be ‘first’ in your life above everything. The one you married for better or worse.

I kept looking at all the women and funny enough, their costumes are pretty much covering their whole body. I’m basically the only one showing some skin with a bra top and see through pants. In other words, I was wearing the sexiest costume of the night.

Then the DJ plays ‘my song,’ Christina Aguilera’s ‘Genie In A Bottle.’
‘I feel like I’ve been locked up tight
For a century of lonely nights
Waiting for someone to release me.
I’m a genie in a bottle, you gotta rub me the right way honey.
Gotta like what you do.’

‘STOP!’ (as Britney says in her ‘Crazy’ song followed by a record scratching.) Is this about me?

Yes, I’ve been locked up tight in a relationship for over 10 years that had made me feel more like a century. When he left the year before, did he actually ‘released me’ from the loneliness I was feeling?

He was definitely not rubbing me the right way and I was not liking how his comments were making me feel. All that was left for him to do, like the ‘I Dream of Jeannie’ character, was to blink his eyes and disappear again from our relationship.


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