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Re: My T (what else?) messadivoce

Posted by JenStar on May 26, 2005, at 0:25:50

In reply to My T (what else?), posted by messadivoce on May 25, 2005, at 20:32:25

I don't think it's ridiculous. I think it's normal & totally OK...and I think most people have this kind of experience at some point in their life! If you really like someone a lot, and you see them in an unexpected place, it can make that place seem warmer and friendlier and more exciting (at least for a while!)

In college, I was sooo in love with this one guy. I was smitten absolutely with him! We used to work together in one of the labs, and the days he was there the lab was more vibrant, exciting, vivid -- it was as if possibility lurked around every corner. Even things like brooms and microscopes were lovely, sparkly, like little lab jewels.

When he was NOT there, the lab was dull, dreary, routine, blah.

But even at it's "blah-est" the lab still seemed to resonate with his presence, even after he quit. My heart would still sometimes leap as I walked thru the door, almost expecting to see him. Sometimes the scopes will still look sparly and pretty like they did when HE was working there!

I know THAT probably sounds a bit weird! I eventually got over my crush and the lab turned back from a diamond mine into a lab again. But it's kind of fun, the way the world turns magical when someone you like walks thru it...

JenStar


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