Monday, April 12, 2010

Back to School

Today was my first day back after Spring Break. The only thing I was looking forward to was seeing Blake. I passed by him in the morning before class but only saw the back of his head. It was a good feeling to know he was there. Then in first block he was roaming around the room but I didn't want to turn around and look at him because it would be awkward if that was the only reason I turned around. But right before the announcements I was talking to my friend and when she left I was already turned in his direction so I thought, "Why the hell not?" so I glanced over at him. He was sexy as ever and seemed to even be tanner than I last saw him. He never made eye contact with me or came to my part of the classroom all day which kinda made me sad. I don't know why but I was hoping and expecting him to either ask me about my spring break or get some of the answers for the worksheet we were doing (we were allowed to get some from FRIENDS... I guess that's not me). Oh well, I really want him to notice me.

Any ideas on how to get him to notice me or start a conversation? I know that sounds so lame, but I'm really not the type to start a conversation. I want him to come to me. Not that I'm better than him, I'm just shy. Anyways, any ideas would be appreciated!

1 comment:

  1. Whether it is a girl or guy, it is always very nerv racking and hard to start a conversation with someone your attracted too. Over the years i have become friends with multiple guys based on my attraction to them and have formed amazing friendships with them. I have personally mainly always used existing friend's relationships with them to break the ice on a conversation. Once you reach that first step it is usually quite easy to form a friendship if you have things in common. After a long time of trying to figure out my bisexuality i have found that even though i will never be able to "be with" any of my guy friends, it makes me feel better having a friendship with them, and also having the feeling of being there for them when they need help. My advice to you in to just take it one step at a time and try to build a friendship, that way you will never have to try and be stealthy when you want to see him.

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