It hit me – Oh crap! I have a wandering eye! I didn’t dare tell Emily, but I think she has started to catch on. I could never tell any of my close friends for the fear of judgment on their part. So here I am, stuck with my new found relationship. I, Christopher Brockman, tend to let my eyes rest in places that are not mine. I find myself imagining to myself how things could be. I’m beginning to see a change in some of my relationships with other. As soon as go into a friend’s home, I’m met with a “Hello,” and awkward looks to make sure my eyes start to wander.
Is it all that bad? As soon as I enter a room my eyes start to wander, seeing a whole new room and how it could be. With a simple glance I see the room filled with multiple options for paint, rugs, lighting, chairs, tables, and pillows. I don’t believe there’s a commandment saying, “Thou shalt not decorate thy neighbor’s house.” Plus, there’s nothing that would suggest I would break my vow of style. I’m grateful I’m not the only one who has a bit of a wandering eye.
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