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i seriously woke up and thought i had vertigo for a second, but it wasn’t vertigo.
and now i’m all amped up and ready to go. bouncing off the walls. i’m never awake in the mornings. what is this.
DRINKING ALCOHOL WITH FRIENDS AND TEXTING NO ONE
and tomorrow i will tell them, “oh hell i was jealous, but everything is fine.”
but right now my skin is crawling. after this third drink i’ll be solid.
alcohol and good friends is the cure all. i’m fine. i’ll journal about it at work in the morning and everything is fine.
he just teases me a lot about partner-y things, and it reached a rate where i got the hint that he needed a conversation. i probably also needed it.
he said people say they won’t get attached, then they do, and that’s when he hurts them.
i basically said that i’m leaving in 15-18 months, and nothing is coming with me. whatever i do in the meantime has to be awesome, because if it’s not awesome, it’s not worth doing. i told him i was going to get attached, but that i wasn’t going to try to control or own him.
he seemed happy with that.
now the challenge is, i have to live up to my end of the autonomy deal.
good thing he had a tangle of rope tied to his head board when i got there so i had some practice not inquiring into his sex life and letting him tell me what he wants when he wants.
new romantic comedy pitch: a young woman falls in love with two people at once: her best friend and a guy she met online dating.
PLOT TWIST: her best friend is a girl. she’s bi. she says the word bisexual in the script.
PLOT TWIST 2: she’s not forced to choose. it ends in polyamory. all three of them are in a healthy, open relationship where they all equally support each other physically and emotionally.
This sounds amazing.
yeah, but they’ll still probably name it something stupid like Love Triangle.
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