Sadje’s Sunday Poser — Literally or Figuratively

When I first saw Sadje’s Sunday Poser, I took the question quite literally, where “how far” was referring to distance.

After graduating from college and returning from active duty in the army, I was living in the Maryland suburbs of Washington, DC and working for a company in the city. Many of the employees of the company also lived in the suburbs. Some, like me, in Maryland, and others in the Northern Virginia suburbs.

I was single back then and a lot of cute young girls worked at this company. And for some reason, a number of them seemed to be attracted to me. However, working in DC and living in Maryland, I made the conscious decision to not get involved with any of those nubile young ladies who lived in Northern Virginia. All other things being equal, I labeled them to be “geographically undesirable.” Hence, traveling across the Potomac River into Northern Virginia was, in terms of love, a bridge too far.

But then I reread Sadje’s question and realized that she might be posing that question figuratively, as in is there anything I wouldn’t do for a loved one. To that question, I will quote a line from Meat Loaf’s song:

I would do anything for love
But I won't do that
No I won't do that

8 thoughts on “Sadje’s Sunday Poser — Literally or Figuratively

  1. Sadje April 24, 2022 / 8:02 pm

    Every person has a limit, even where love is concerned. Be it distance or some demand that they cannot meet. Thanks for sharing your thoughts Fandango

    Liked by 1 person

  2. Lauren April 24, 2022 / 9:48 pm

    You were wise beyond your years to take distance into account.

    Liked by 2 people

  3. Nope, Not Pam April 25, 2022 / 3:37 am

    Yep, the perfect summation 🙂

    Liked by 2 people

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