Today I have decided to write to a few people who I don’t have the heart to be truthful about my feelings.
1. You’re leaving for grad school in a few days and we never made it past being acquaintances. I took your class for a whole year and never had the guts to carry a conversation with you. It’s a shame to hear that I’ve only made little progress to build our friendship. I always look forward to your classes and make sure to be up front so that you might notice me. I know you notice me because when I don’t show up, you will mention it during the next class. You make me stutter whenever you catch me off guard with a “hello”. I find myself trying to not stare at you when you are teaching the class. You have a wonderful smile and banging body. You are fit from head to toe and I have never liked a skinny girl since. But I just keep telling myself to wait for the perfect time to approach you and what I’ve learned from this is that there is no perfect time.
2. First of all, you’re straight. But you’ve been the best crush I’ve had all summer long. You have no idea because I refuse to let the truth to ruin our friendship. I respect you so much and would rather keep it to myself than to make things awkward. I will never forget the moments when you were there to support me physically and emotionally. I know you care because you would follow up with me everyday. You are definitely gorgeous and I know this for a fact because I can’t speak correctly whenever you approach me. However, it’s sad to hear that you have self-image issues because any guy would be luck to have you- except for that one guy. I know you think he’s amazing but I don’t approve of him. In fact, I find him to be extremely rude and has never said “thank you” to me whenever I do him favors. To top that off, he’s always interrupting our conversations. I know that if you knew about all this, then you would reconsider. But I refuse to tell you this- in hope that you would remain happy as you are right now.
3. Hey! You’re still on my mind even thought we had a little fall out. I know that it’s sorta awkward to chat again, but I just wanted to thank you for accepting my apology. You definitely have a big heart to know that I was out of my character that one night. However, I want you to know that I had no intentions to pursue you- even though I gave you the wrong impression. You’re a wonderful person and it sucks that we don’t live close enough to maintain a friendship. But I don’t regret meeting you and I hope you feel the same way too.
4. I never met you in real life and would like to some day. You seem like a sweet person and I would love to go on some adventures with you. I think you’re cute but timing is not right. I think you’re seeing someone and I wish I had expressed my interest sooner. So for now, we’ll just continue to “like” each other’s Instagram and Facebook posts.
this cat is chubby halloween
As I see my friend travel half way across the world and sending me pictures it made me think about my traveling experiences. This week marks the one full year that I have traveled the most and it changed me..a lot. From the East Coast (NY, North/South Carolina, D.C.) to Europe (London, Ireland, Paris, and Rome) there were several things that I have learned this past year. Take it if you would like. I highly encourage everyone to take the opportunity to go travel, even if you have the luxury of going on a road trip. Here are my thoughts and suggestions based on my experiences this past year:
my friend Christy is on point with this one.
We out here trying to function #vodka #lemonade #firstcityfestival #musicfestival @fancymade