Grrrhh! I was driving home and decided to give my gf a ring- four times within a span of an hour. The fourth call she picked up and said, “What is it Cau7!” like she was begining to be annoyed and said that I was basically “checking up on her” to see if she was doing what she said she was.

OMG, I only called and bugged her because I knew she had to be somewhere at noonish. My thinking was that if I bugged her within those intervals, I would keep her company until she got there instead of her driving there unacompanied. I guess i’m the “stalker” I suppose. If that’s the case, I won’t “stalk” anymore. I only wanted to bug her because I was thinking of her.

That’s fine, I won’t bother her anymore without good reasons. I guess in a way, I wanted to be bothered the same way because it would make me feel wanted or feel special. Very corny but very true. I guess when you get too comfy, you are allowed to say, “What do you want!” when you answer the phone and think it’s perfectly okay. That’s being taken for granted in my view. Don’t complain if I don’t call anymore.

Funny how at first they would love to receive your calls and talk to you in the freezing rain or hang upside down if it required them to do so- just so they can talk to you a little longer. I remember those sweet, sweet moments but they are no more. Now it’s only an annoyance and or they wont make the effort or give you the time. It would tickle their fancy just to chit-chat about anything just so long as you accompanied them on the phone. It seems this behavior is only repeated when you meet new people of interest because you want to show to the other party that you are willing to “walk the extra mile”. I guess that mile is up and now it’s no more. Just a facade I suppose.

Stalking? Thanks, thanks a lot. I’m not the police patrol. I won’t ask into details what your regular daily outings are anymore. I might be accused of prying, prying into something I thought I could be apart of.