Hey, *wink *attempted-sexy-face, how are you and Bud?
I say, we broke up.
They say something like, wow I thought you two would have a really strong relationship by now. What happened?
Do they ask Bud these questions when I'm not around?
Then I say we broke up, it was mutual.
They wait for more information.
Then I somehow wind up briefly blaming myself, before I shut up out of loyalty to Bud. I won't talk more about it b/c some of these people will be his co-workers, and whatever I say will get around. I'm human, so I need to talk about it, but only with people who have never and will never meet him.
|Did you ever notice how everyone has a gossip face?|
Do men ask each other what happened after their friend goes through a break up? :-/
I met up with my lovely friend B today. She's a girl who I'd love to have as a sister b/c one of her qualities is that she's sweet. God love them, but my sisters aren't sweet. Sweetness is rare. I only have one brother, and he lives far away, but after I showed her his pic on the book of faces, she said she'd date him. So it's a go for the sis-in-law thing. Anyway, I told her I lost 10 pounds at the end of spring semester for no apparent reason (I swear they just melted away from thesis-stress. I wasn't even running on a regular basis then). B asked me if I felt different. I initially said no, but well, it is different to be in shape. I don't get out of breath when climbing lots of stairs. Without stopping, I run 0.7miles uphill to warm-up at the beginning of my workout, and I'm not tired. I'm ready. I look better in shorts and short skirts.
But do I feel different? No.
|B is not an artificial sweetener. This means these strawberries aren't GMOs.|