yep, Id have to say that, that closely relates to my situation...Myrtle beach is nice though, that should be a great adventure for you if you decide to go. I was wondering, cause I called her last night to ask her about the Ipod she just got, and she said around 4 minutes into the convo, "Sorry, I dont really want to cut you off, and the battery is dieing on my cell...thanks for calling though, Il talk to you on Monday" ...is this a simple way to blow me off? cause this happened for the 2nd time already = \
A new sense of nuisance.
8th December 2003
No, dude dont worry about that my best friend does the same but in the after math, shes still loveable to me. Im sure thats shes telling the truth, I wouldnt just worry about that but i know the feeling about worrying about little things... As of right now i am worried because she is not calling me atfer i have texted her 3 times...
Just ask her, the worst thing that could happen is that she'll hate you, but we don't think that's going to happen, do we?
It's better to reach and fail than wondering the rest of your life of what could'ave happened.
yeah, but they way I see it is that It a Win-Win-Lose situation. I can stay the way I am, partially happy with a friend that will always have. or I can try and tell her, either getting liked back and sustain a relationship...or lose which can kill everything that happened = \
I know its a 2/3 chance...but dunno if I should take it
I would die without GF
29th November 2003
I would take the chance if I were you, Janitor. Find a good moment where you can take some private time with her, and very delicately divulge your feelings to her. If she is indeed your friend, I think that she will at least understand how you feel, and you will feel relieved of much pressure since you have already asked the question.
I say go for it even more now. Cause like I said, I did yesterday. And it went really well! So if a hopeless introvert like me can seize the day and be honest with a friend about her emotions...you can too! I mean seriously, I am _really_ shy. Come on, you have nothing to lose. If you're such good friends, then the friendship can survive a little awkwardness for awhile if she doesn't feel the same way. And maybe she likes you as well, but is just too shy to say anything. At any rate, if it turns out she doesn't like you, you will at least know and then you can move on to thinking about other girls. And you'll feel better once you get it off your chest. Just make sure you give her some time and space to think about it, as well. This sort of thing can be pretty shocking to hear from one of your close friends.