Amanda didn't feel
like blogging at the moment. She was a little depressed. She actually
considered walking to the store to buy a pint of ice cream, but was too
depressed to walk to the nearby convenience store.
So she spent time on
news aggregator sites. Sure enough, there was a mention on a small earthquake
the previous day. She was sure everyone felt that one.
Amanda chuckled. It
seemed to coincide with her mood after Todd walked out.
Amanda scoffed. Perhaps, she thought, it was best this way. After all, if he was just going to walk out like
that, maybe he wasn't worth pursuing.
She tried convincing
herself that a few times that morning already.
Her thoughts turned
to the possibility that someday he would change on his own. The question is,
should she wait? It's not like she's interested in anyone else. It's also not
like she was so well known and liked that she had men pounding at her door either.
The joys of being an
extreme introvert, she thought. Maybe she could ask Trisha for advice.
now?" Amanda texted Trisha.
really liked my art," Trisha texted back.
"The guy was
going crazy over it and wanted me to bring my work south. Will be gone all day.
Amanda Texted back. "How am I going to find a substitute friend on such
really weird." Amanda responded, "And I realized I need to get out
more, but need some advice from an expert."
respond right away. Amanda waited, then sighed. Trisha probably was driving now
and couldn't respond.
Sure enough, a few
moments after Amanda put her phone down it buzzed on the coffee table.
Maybe Amanda will go
to the store for that pint of ice cream after all.