I wouldn’t want to intrude on anyone. I wish though, because this is not how married life is supposed to go.
Aw, babe, c’mon don’t cry. We’ll figure it out. We always manage to. And you won’t intrude. My aunt thinks you’re awesome and says that you’re the best thing to have ever happened to me. And she’s not wrong.
You are ridiculous Reese Monkey.
Then, I am at a standstill. How wonderful.
You’re not answering my question…
Katelyn, you gotta take this by the balls and make something happen if you think that whoever-this-dude-is-not-gonna-say-his-name isn’t. Unless, you’d like for me to give him a little talk to help you out, that’s cool too.
What are you sorry for? Did I say one of those people included you?
I was just apologizing for other people’s behalf.
Like seriously, my stomach is making inhumane noises.
Oh well. What’re we going to do about that. Too bad there isn’t a chef in training around to make you food.
Well aren’t you so clever? Possibly in Las Vegas, after a certain apology was made.
Although, what reasons would he have to be scared, when he could obviously be with other girls?
Oh, snap. Did he make a move? Bow chick bow wow.
Just joking. But, if he shared his true feelings with you then he must really like you and he doesn’t want to date anyone else. He just doesn’t know how to express it. Maybe he’s intimidated by how smart you are or something.
It’s truly nothing serious. In your opinion as a male, would it be an accurate conclusion to say: if a boy who expresses to have feelings for a girl but does not pursue anything more after sharing said feelings, has changed his mind about her?
Oh. Well, you see… If I didn’t want to pursue a girl, I didn’t have any real romantic feelings for her at all so there wasn’t anything in my mind to change except for that I didn’t want to sleep with or date her anymore. But if this boy is who I think it is, he probably just doesn’t know what to say or do. He’s probably just scared.
But wait. This whole sharing feelings thing, when did this all go down?
I’m thrilled that they hired you, not that I had any doubts. Also, don’t worry about not having time for other activities. If you manage your availability hours correctly, you should be fine.
Hey Reese Monkey, may I ask you a somewhat peculiar question?
Sure, Katelyn. What’s going on?
Aw, baaaabe. I miss you, too. Damn being married and getting our own place.
Why don’t you just come stay with me at my Aunt Crystal’s? At least for a couple weeks so we don’t have to be apart as often.
It’s interesting how things tend to unfold. Do you recall when we first began speaking to each other, you said you originally saw me at my job?
Yes, I do remember. Who knew since that moment we’d be working together?