HC's comment on a SMAD conversation-

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HC's comment on a SMAD conversation-
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Wed, 04-21-2010 - 2:19pm

Funny. I was telling him last nite about the post with Mark & some of us talking about that cell phone issue, where you dont take a call when youre with your S.O.

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Wed, 04-21-2010 - 3:39pm

G was always a busy guy, so sometimes he would have take a call or if it wasn't important he would let it go to VM and I never thought anything of it. ... and I completely agree with HC that it must be an insecurity thing.


Yay for getting a couple of extra nights with HC. I am soooo excited for you and him for the vacation to Key West. I am thrilled. Honestly, a week or so ago when you posted on FB about it, I was a bit sad because it reminded me of what I was missing with G... but now look, what a difference a week can make IRT healing. I am HAPPY for you!


BTW, last year when G took me to the Bahamas for my bday, we ended up getting airline vouchers bc we had crappy flights. Do you think it would be wrong to ask him for my voucher (even though he paid for the entire trip) so that I can see my new fbuddy in AZ? Bwahahahahahaha!

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Wed, 04-21-2010 - 4:28pm

I think that taking a call from someone else when you're on a date can be rude--I would check & only talk to my kids. Of course if you're together for an extended time period, it's natural to take some calls. I think the diff. is that you can tell when someone is being suspicious. If someone is in the habit of taking all their calls, including business, then suddenly they don't answer one call, that looks bad. It's like in the old days, if someone got a call and just said "I'll have to call you back", didn't say who it was, etc. my radar would be up. But normally I wouldn't be suspicious for no reason.

Hey, dinner sounds good--I thought you couldn't cook, or are you like me, you let people think you can't cook so you don't have to? lol Yeah, I'm sure my DS would like to have sleepovers this week w/ all his GFs, but somehow I won't let him. In fact, he wanted to have his actual GF come over at like 6:00 a.m. "to see the sunrise." I said no--I don't need friends coming over when I'm still asleep. But this kid is going to be Mr. Romance, don't you think?

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Registered: 02-25-2009
Wed, 04-21-2010 - 5:59pm

Well, i dont REALLY cook, lol. But Ive learned some since HC is such a good cook, I cant let him think Im a total loser in the kitchen!

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Registered: 02-25-2009
Wed, 04-21-2010 - 6:11pm

Yeah, its so cool he was already here twice in the past 3 days

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