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posted 12/8/2007 3:06:04 PM |
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My family is originally from the New England area, but I grew up in southwestern
Ohio, and it's all I know. I've never had the itch to travel, or to move, unless I had to..
My parents still live in the same house that I grew up in, and I can still find marks on
my old bedroom walls from long ago whose meaning have been forgotten over the

So anyway, a few weeks ago I met a woman at the time clock at work who I hadn't
had the opportunity to speak to before. She was clocking out as I was clocking in, but
we had the chance to exchange a few words before I got to work. The more we talked,
the more we found that we had in common; we were both trained in scientific/technical
fields, we both landed somewhere unexpected, and we both felt that we were working
below our abilities (and surrounded by the wrong people). In passing, she loaned me
a favorite book of hers that she felt I would enjoy, that she couldn't share with anyone
else. (No, it's of scientific nature--not what you're thinking! )

A couple of weeks later I ran into her, and she mentioned that she was planning a move
south, to an area where she used to live. She felt that I was the only person
at work who she could tell, or who would care. Long story short, I asked her to lunch,
for a chat before she left. As I expected, we chatted non-stop--unusual for me!

I'm the type of person who socializes little, but I get curious about certain people,
and I feel the need to satisfy that curiosity. This time I may have the opportunity
to see her again, but most likely I won't.

It's not like I'm heartbroken; I hardly knew the woman! But, I still feel that I've missed

Unlike me, she's the travelling type; she's been to more cities in the past few years
than I have been in my whole life. She thinks nothing of packing up and moving at
the drop of a hat. I, on the other hand, dread the thought of even the shortest move.

Anybody else ever been in a similar situation, where you have to leave, or watch someone
leave, when that someone has just recently grabbed your interest?

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Please Come to Boston


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Dec 8 @ 3:21PM  
She is in your life for a reason, go for it and have fun.

Dec 8 @ 4:56PM  
Nah, she's kinda busy packing and such...Maybe one day when the wanderlust hits
her again....You never know!

Dec 8 @ 5:11PM  
People come and go in our lives for no apparent reason. As the years passed I stopped wondering why and now merely enjoy knowing them. After all isn't that what life is people and new experiences.

Howevr, I would ask her if she would like to stay in email contact once she has moved, she might enjoy it.


Dec 8 @ 5:27PM  
I think it shocked her that I'd be interested in staying in contact!
She has all my info; she'll contact me, I suppose, if she's so inclined...It didn't seem
that she was all that interested in sharing an email address, or didn't have one yet...

It IS true that people come and go; it's happened many times before, and will no doubt
happen again. You just hate to see 'em leave too soon!

Dec 8 @ 6:06PM  
Don't ya just hate that? You find someone you like, you just get to know them a little, and POOF! They're gone.....
Back to the drawing board!

Dec 8 @ 9:06PM  
She said no;
Baby you come home to me

She said
Ramblin boy why don't ya settle down
Boston aint your kinda town

David Alan Coe


Dec 8 @ 11:22PM  
Nah, I prefer the original from the mid '70s, written by Dave Loggins...but that's just me...

Dec 9 @ 10:07PM  
original from the mid '70s, written by Dave Loggins...
loved that song......
Good luck, maybe once she gets settled in she will contact you. Ya never know....

Dec 10 @ 1:32AM  
the best part is the reaching out, and the connecting, even if only temporary. I'd be
kicking myself if I hadn't tried....

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