H: Stop being so sexy! It’s distracting!!
N: What are YOU doing??
N: Is that what the kids are calling it now-a-days?
(After a moment of silence)
N: Now I KNOW you’re not working!
N: I’m so face timing you…
Nicole’s Pros :
- She makes me laugh
- She’s cute/adorable/sexy
- She gets me out of the house
- She forces me to be more active, because she is crazy active!
- She’s easy to be around
- She has a cool giraffe tattoo on her thigh nick named “Lily”
Nicole’s Cons :
- She’s single
- She’s looking for a relationship
- She’s most likely going to get hurt.
I feel like I’ve been down this road before, and recently. I guess this is what happens when you play with people’s emotions, but aren’t 100% emotionally available yourself. It reminds me of a boyfriend I had in highschool. I was so into him. And I felt like I was constantly hitting my head against a wall trying to get him to actually open up to me on a level beyond… “hey, how ya doin?” And “Let’s have sex.”
Sometimes I step back from the situation. I let myself drift until I am hovering over a moment in time, free. Clear. Able to see things from a different perspective. And I wonder from my birds-eye-view if this is how the women I have dated feel/felt. Are they constantly bashing their heads against this immovable object that is my marriage and my availability, feeling the sting of being second choice?
This… this is why I was looking for a married woman!
N: Hey pretty lady…
H: Hey … that’s my line!
N: You know, they say plagerism is the greatest form of flattery…
H: THEY obviously have never had any of their pick up lines plagerized!
N: Sure they have, that’s why THEY say it.
H: Who is THEY anyway?
N: You don’t want to know.
N: Because then the conspiracy buffs will track you down and force you listen to 355 consecutive hours of Baby Einstein, until your brain is mush and you tell them everything they want to know.
H: N/m You’re right. Don’t tell me.
H: Are you done napping yet?
(An hour later)
N: I am now!
H: Have good dreams about me???
N: Actually… YES!
H: Do tell, do tell…
N: I was out shopping, and I spotted you across the store. You were wearing that red dress. Our eyes locked. I took you outside to my SUV…
H: uh huh, uh huh…
N: … And i made you change my flat tire.
H: You are such a tease.
N: Learned it from the best!
Sometimes you know something is bad for you, but you do it anyway…