It took me a day or two to answer Serendipity’s email. I had so much and nothing to say all at the same time. I kept it short and sweet I left the bar that night because I needed to remove myself from the situation, in retrospect I wish I hadn’t. I walked to your… Continue reading Those Eyes
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I arrived at Serendipity’s house looking like a wet rat and feeling like a moron. I shouldn’t have left like that not only because of not having my car, but it was immature. I just didn’t know what else to do and I was sick of begging him for something, anything to keep me holding… Continue reading Fault
I realized that no matter what I did, Serendipity needed to pull his own weight in this relationship and if he wasn’t planning on doing that, then I wasn’t planning on sticking around much longer. It was my final hoorah. I asked one last time if he wanted to meet up to spend some quality… Continue reading How Do You Feel
So here I was, ready, willing and able to now make a difference. I would entice him, enchant him and get him to see that I was not only his adoring girlfriend, but I would remind him that life is just beginning and that there was someone who was willing to take care of him… Continue reading Portion Control
I was finding it hard to wrap my head around the fact that just a few short weeks ago I was living a blissful existence with a man I had thought was THE guy. Not just thought it, but felt it, in my bones. I was wrestling with the fact that Serendipity may end up… Continue reading College “Try”
The longing and yearning for attention became an endless tug of war between Serendipity and I. It wasn’t like he was doing anything, but that was the point, he wasn’t doing anything. Nothing. No time to see me, no time to talk, no time to check in and all the while I was just supposed… Continue reading Tug of War