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|#1 Posted on 9.6.04 2341.17 |
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| Yeah, it's been a while since I've been here posting, reading and what not, and I see both parties have made a big change.|
The board is going faster now, by the way, and if there were banners to click on, I'd do that more than happily.
Now for MY big change, the reason I'm asking if I should love or hate CRZ.
Serena wasn't doing to well in school. In fact, USF threw her out due to her HORRIBLE grades; I guess that's what happens when you skip classes and don't turn in work like you're supposed to. With that, her parents wanted her to move back home to Indiana, and she REALLY doesn't want to do this. She's got a part time job at a local pharmacy and she really loves it here. That, and she claimed that she didn't want to leave me.
My roomate Ning, a chinese exchange student, just finished grad school here, and now he's about to head back home to China. I'd like to say I'll miss him, but he was a cheap ass nut who never slept and washed cloths in the bath tub.
I did the 'deed'. I suggested Serena moves in. It'll help me out with bills and what not and save her from having to go back home. When she told her dad, he wasn't all that thrilled, but he said whatever decision she makes, he stand by it a hundred percent.
As of May 21st 2004, I lost a roommate and gained a live-in girlfriend.
Needless to say, my life is all discombobulated at the moment. We're still trying to figure out where to put her stuff, which according to her, gets precedence, while trying to keep as much of my stuff where I want it, which more often then not, is being put in storage.
I'm happy at least, I can say that much for sure. We still don't know how far this 'thing' is gonna last, but neither of us are bored or annoyed with each other. I CAN say that it IS nice being woken up not by a phone call, but by a nudge on the shoulder.
Well, that's it for now, I'll check back from time to time, but I still won't tell her about this place yet, I'm not quite ready for that yet, sorry. Maybe soon though.
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|#2 Posted on 9.6.04 2356.44 |
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| You're screwed. If she's putting your stuff in storage and redoing the place as her own, you're the one who is going to have to move out if you guys break up.|
Er, no, what I meant was, good luck
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|#3 Posted on 10.6.04 1214.58 |
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| Well, another happily single man has fallen. My suggestion, bang her every time she turns around, until you cant stand her. Then, when you cant stand her any longer, bang her some more. At least when it all falls apart and she leaves you, you have gotten something out of the deal. |
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|#5 Posted on 10.6.04 2009.28 |
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| I think you're asking for trouble....|
From my own personal experience:
Last girl I dated is still in high school. In fact, she's currently doing Grade 11...for the 5th time. She is 20. So she's certainly no academic scholar.
I didn't want to stereotype her. I tried very hard not to stereotype her. Unfortunately, people who are having difficulty with the school are often bad news. They're loaded with all sorts of baggage. Often - the failure in academics is a reflection of some sort of failure in life. I'm not talking about the guy who flunks out of Computer Engineering because he hates it, I'm talking about the type who get by EVERYTHING by the skin of their teeth, and fail the rest. I trust your girl doesn't fall into the category of having a history of failure, because it's very hard to turn that around...even with your help.
My best friend was moved to Toronto about 2 and a half years ago. She had broken up with me a few months earlier and was seeing a fellow who was unemployed. She decided that their relationship could be broken up - or they could move in together. She really didn't WANT to move in together...but for to save the relationship, she did. 6 months in she loathed the guy. To this day, they've been broken up for going on 2 years and she still barely speaks to him on the rare occassion she sees him. It was a feeling of him invading her personal space - and moving in before you're ready could leave you feeling like that.
I don't mean to sound negative and wishing you a lifetime of misery... I may not know much from my mere 22 years on this earth - but I know that some relationship aspects are meant to be taken slow...and moving in is most definitely one of them.
Here's hoping you defy the odds.
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|#6 Posted on 10.6.04 2126.11 |
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| So I'll throw the counterpoint in on this one.|
Back in the summer of 1987, a mere three months after I met this wonderful girl who was 3 years younger than me, we decided that I should move in with her and her friend to share expenses (we were dating at the time, also). My parents weren't OK with it, but she and I had a feeling it was something more.
She's my wife now, we've been married for 15 years, and have three wonderful boys. It all depends on the people, not the length of time. If you're right for each other, then it doesn't matter if it's "too fast".
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