I’ll follow this up later and probably change the title, but I got an unexpected friend request on FB from someone I had zero expectation of ever hearing from again. So much of a surprise that it made my heart act weird and I couldn’t form words or coherent thoughts for a minute or two before I clicked confirm.
Haven’t heard anything out of her. It still shocks me to actually see her on my friend’s list. Adding her makes 33, if you’re curious. I messaged the one friend that knows she and I both, and he’s not let on that he knows anything. I’m not sure what to make of it. Did she click send request by accident? Did the one I sent her however many years ago that was never expire and she just now accepted it on accident? Or does she actually want to be friends? I dunno. I’m not going to make any moves either way. I’ll just wait and see what plays out.
Let me be very clear, I have zero expectation that this is going to go anywhere beyond Facecrook friends, if she did indeed intentionally add me. I’m not that delusional. And I’m not displeased that she’s added me, I’m just thoroughly confused as to her reasoning behind it, especially considering that I’ve heard zilch from her in 22 years. I guess we’ll see.
I made it to the grocery store, and have started laundry, but took a few hours’ break to video chat with my friends. I should probably get that finished so I actually have sheets to sleep on and clothes to wear tomorrow. Nobody wants to see my pasty white ass showing up in boxers and a t shirt.
On a disturbing note, I’ve had to ban someone from my public Facecrook page for being extremely inappropriate - to put it lightly. I can take a complement, no matter what you do or don’t have in your underpants, but there’s certain lines you just don’t cross with people, especially people you don’t know. sigh.. Well… that’s society now. No common sense. Or like I say about Seattleites - “The dumbest bunch of smart f!kers I’ve had the misfortune to encounter.”
Edited again because I turned the sigh into a URL code on accident. Whoops.
Last updated May 10, 2020