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I'm in England!!

Monday, May 26, 2008

Okay, I'm in the country of the guy I've had a crush on for 2 years...I saw him and he had a different haircut and he looked really handsome so I could hardly talk to him!! When it comes to guys I get soooo silly...I guess there must be a social anxiety that you can get by talking to someone you like? He was right in front of me...He was excited to see me! He asked about my plans and I didn't catch on...I just for the life of me couldn't talk to him. emoticon There's part of me that just wants to tell him that I like him...there's a stronger part that has so much self doubt...And maybe the more sensible part of me tells me that if I can't hardly talk to him then maybe we're not really that great of friends and that I don't have enough there to really show my interest...The thing is I know he's shy like me...With that shyness I don't really think anything will happen...I feel like a teenager with getting so excited about someone but too insecure to do anything...There's all these reasons I can come up with not to tell him...at the same time he's actually in reach...
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  • SUEKKY
    I met my husband online through a video chatroom... he came to America first and I was so very nervous when I went to pick him up at the airport.... I really did not have any expectations but I did have hopes.
    4 years later we were married, I am now living in Italy with him,, forgot to mention he is from Sicily,, we have 2 children...

    If you are interested in this person then you have to start somewhere... so speak up. Especially if you dont want him to find you a bore. Take it slow,, but you have to be able to have a conversation.

    Good Luck to you!! Enjoy England!
    4393 days ago
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