Subconsciously, I told myself that the problem was me. There was nothing I could do about my life. I was the one who had to adapt.
Suddenly, I’m pulled back to reality. A stranger is practically shouting at me. “Wow, you look so sad!” he says. “Smile! It’s a beautiful day.”
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Chances are that if you ask me to hang out last minute, I’ll make up an excuse not to go, even if I have nothing else going on.
We’ve had to catapult ourselves, kicking and screaming, out of our comfort zones to be here.
My mind goes blank. Thoughts tumble around in my head but I don’t have the words to say them.
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Now excuse me as I drop my book, fall into your open arms, and use my sexy voice to whisper, “Let’s get takeout.”