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Update on Let It Be

In my last post, I whined about a stand-off that I had with a friend. So thought I'd bring you guys upto speed on whats happening now.

The very night of the day, I put up that post, we were all sitting around, talking, drinking and eating in celebration of a friend's birthday. When I decided that I'd had enough and I couldn't bear the fact that he wasn't talking to me. And everybody knew what was going on and there was a chill in the air. And I just couldn't have fun. While knowing that he isn't talking to me. So totally going back on what I'd promised myself. I went up to him and spoke.

Yes yes. I know. I'm a weak, spineless creature.

And his reason? I wasn't talking to him so he wasn't talking to me back. But anyway I couldn't really care less cause now we're talking.

But things aren't back to normal yet. We're both still a little bit colder with each other than we were. And while I know it'll take a while for things to be the way were. I hate our relationship the way it is now. All the warmth, affection, name-calling, playfully fighting, arguing, joke cracking is considerably lesser than it ever. He was someone I could always speak my mind to and vice versa. We're a lot more cautious around each other and we walk around each other on tiptoes now afraid that something will upset the other one.

Hopefully, things will be the way they were soon.

P.S : Mynie, the only reason I asked you to comment on the blog was cause you weren't responding very well on GTalk. Loser!


Moo said…
Yayness! So you're talking to each other. That was quick! So don't worry, things will be fine soon. Best friends cannot stay mad at each other forever. As for the cold shoulder and the caution, it's pretty obvious, considering that this sort of thing hasn't happened to both of you as friends, before. So both of you are treading carefully lest you put your foot into something again. Give it a day or two, and more importantly, give each other time. Things happen. Experience speaks!!!

So glad you're not THAT unhappy any more. :D We want an update on this post too! :p
Homecooked said…
Somethings better than nothing,right :)

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