kls_eloise (kls_eloise) wrote,
kls_eloise
kls_eloise

Well, finally

It finally happened - I've fallen for Charlotte.  It took over two months, but better late than never.  I was beginning to think that I really am defective in some fundamental fashion: that I could go through all the obligatory motions without the emotional involvement that I see in other people.  But you know what - I've actually achieved affection.  Not gushy, cooing, complete absorption, inability to be involved with anything else affection; but sincere "I want to make you happy" feelings.

Mind you, at the moment she's loud, fussy, and not particularly endearing.  I'm referring to overall.

Of course this happens when I'm within a week of going back to work.  Typical.
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