Wednesday, December 21, 2011

Jumping to conclusions

Nothing like a random exchange of text messages to make a girl very suspicious and nervous and weird and worried.

Him: Do you have a friend who lives (where The Coach coaches)?

Me: A friend from college.

Me: Are you just taking a poll?

Him: I don’t know. I’ll call you later.

Me: Ooooooookay.

Him: Hahahaha. No big deal.

Me: Fantastic.


Conclusions immediately jumped to as a result of 34 words exchanged over 2 minutes:
1. OMG SOMEONE TOLD HIM ABOUT MY BLOG*
2. OMG SOMETHING HORRIBLE HAPPENED
3. OMG SOMETHING HORRIBLE HAPPENED AND HE NEEDS HELP AND I AM NOT COMFORTABLE ASKING MY COLLEGE FRIEND TO DO IT BECAUSE, EVEN THOUGH WE PRODUCED SEVERAL AMAZING PROJECTS TOGETHER, WE ARE NOT THAT CLOSE
4. OMG HE WANTS ME TO SET HIM UP ON A DATE FOR SOMETHING
5. OMG IT COULD BE ANYTHING AND HE’S MAKING ME WAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAIT!

Who has a guess? Is it good? Is it bad? It is nothing?

*I assume/freak out about this regularly, with him and everyone else in my life. Start a conversation with “hey, I wanted to ask you about something” and I immediately mentally jump ahead in the conversation to “I found your blog on the vast interwebs.”

It’s going to happen eventually. (Maybe it already did.) Everything here is true and genuine and me. I might not be advertising it, I’m not embarrassed by it, either.

3 comments:

Accidentally Me said...

Maybe he is trying to find an excuse for you to come and visit him:-)

Kari said...

That's kinda what I was thinking...

Anonymous said...

Me too!

 
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