Friday, September 28, 2007

Now who's the weird one?

After letting my mind ooze out onto the blog in the last post, I found myself suddenly over it. No more crazy. Funny how that works. And after a few days of normal thought processes . .

He emailed. (Gah!)

And he asked me to go to a concert. (double Gah!)

In November. (Huh?)

My assumption is that this is a friend thing. Apparently he’s communicating that he would like us to be friends for at least another six weeks. And I would love to be his friend. In fact, I would prefer it. It’s just a little hard to know how to respond to the randomness. And I really don’t want to overthink this – which does mean not utilizing one of my greatest skills, but so be it. I just think that if people are to transition from going on dates to just being friends, something should be said.

Am I right? Tell me I’m right.

If you do, I promise I’ll write about something else next time!


Anne said...

Yes, you are right. But people are scared to be honest and put themselves out-there. I say if it bothers you enough, say something. Otherwise if you just want to be friends, you might want to let it rest or He might think your into him.

Courtney said...

HA! You are totally right - but I loved both of these posts. I heart crazy. :)

Heather said...

Yes I think you need to address it!

steve and randel hambrick said...

you dont really like him anyway.. so don't push it. see how he acts on the date in november. and see if he calls to get together before then. but if i were you, i would NOT approach the subject or call him unless you just can't handle the mental drama. laura, you DONT like him. you would have known a LONG time ago. dont settle....