now_better Posted August 4, 2008 Share Posted August 4, 2008 So I invited a friend to go see a musical with me on Sat nite and I think overall, we had a good time. However, I could feel that at times she seemed uneasy and after it was over at 11pm, she wanted to get home asap. I was mostly myself all night... joking, listening to her and being nice. I think she felt awkward because a) she thought that I was inviting her because someone else couldn't make it (I told her i had a list of ppl i was going to ask, she happened to be the first person on the list), b) front row orchestra is pretty darn expensive. we use to be good pals, but had a falling out after i told her i liked her and we didn't talk for a few months. then i got her a b-day present back in june and now when we see each other, we just smile (i guess i call it smiling friends), but don't talk daily like we use to. i dunno... i don't want her to feel uneasy around me, just happy like she use to be all the time. i also felt sad when i dropped her off that i didn't get the same kind of "squeeze the breath out of me" hugs she use to give me. she just stepped out and let me know how to get back on the freeway. i just thought about my other friends that are girls and they always give me a hug when i drop them off, i assumed it would be the same. my unrealistic expectations... anyways, i was thinking... i could a) write her something (see below), b) just keep being friendly, c) just leave her be and if she wants to talk, she knows where to find me. "hey, hope you had fun on sat nite. i would have asked my bro or cousins to come to the musical, but i know how much you love phantom and knew you would have appreciated it most. sorry if i'm trying too hard to be your friend again. i just miss talking to my pal. (=" i figure if i do (a), it's just more drama... and i don't want to be in the drama club. but if i don't, then things will continue to be the status quo and that makes me sad. Link to comment
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