What are the odds that one of your favorite artists works with one of mine?
Don’t read too far into it.
What are the odds?
Regardless of the likelihood,
it doesn’t mean anything.
It says something though.
I’m thrilled I nailed the steeping of my tea.
How ridiculous does that sound?
Albeit it’s still too hot to drink.
Because here’s the thing-
I over-steeped yesterday.
I left it sitting out.
I got lost in thought,
and forgot about it
until I was leaving
and I saw it sitting there.
So unlike me.
But I nailed it today.
Back to normal.
The new normal?
Find a new normal.
The jewelry is nice but how about a one pound box of bobby pins?
Talk about a gift that keeps on giving.
My boss recommended it to me and it’s great.
I think you’d love.
I’m sorry for the way I handled things.
I hope you’re well.
I think what you’re doing is cool.
I hope you find what you’re looking for.
I loved My Brilliant Friend.
How did you know?
You always know.
Read the book.
This show is great. In another life I’d send you a message about it. A read receipt would give you away and bring back a small thrill; away we’d go- wherever you wanted because whatever friendship we had was built around you. Your convenience. You said we were friends but reached for intimacy that is beyond friends.
And I stupidly gave it to you. Tell me I’m wrong. What were you afraid of? Caring about someone? Admitting that you don’t care about someone? Acknowledging it means something? Being seen by someone?
I miss your attention, your read receipts. Small proof that even just for a second I held your attention and until you sent a response, I knew you were thinking about it.
About me. Yea. I miss that.
So I’m watching this show and I’m having these impulses to talk to you. I’m getting better at letting them go but they find their way here to a blank page.
What made you think I’d like this show? What does that say? What are your thoughts? Do I remind you of her? This amazing character. Too smart for her own good. Too stubborn for most men. Is that it? And she’s Italian. She’s beautiful. ‘She’d make my mind blur.’
That’s it. You made my mind blur. Another way to say you’re too much, my (old (brilliant)) friend.