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climbing = dating? 1-Nov-2008 At 10:44:54 PM noclimberboys
Wow and wow! How this post has changed directions. It's great though. I love the conversations going on here. I like that people feel they can speak their mind but also listen to others.

I have a confession to make... Unrequited Love

I was watching Spider Man 2 tonight and maybe I'm PMS'ing but I loved it so much! I almost cried. I loved when MJ finds out Spiderman is Peter Parker and the building is collapsing around them. MJ is trapped under a heavy beam and Spiderman is wrestling to hold up a building... he says 'MJ if we die I want you to know...' and MJ finishes his sentence by saying '... that I love you even though you said you didn't'.

My confession is not that I love Spiderman 2 (even though I do), rather it's that I have heart aching unrequited love.

I fell in love years ago with this amazing guy. Serendipity was how he described our meeting. he introduced me to climbing and the beauty of australian country. I fell in love with him so rapidly but didn't know how to handle my emotions. I thought we would grow old together. But I didn't know how to make all this happen. Instead I freaked out and told him I didn't love him, he was so hurt and left, I begged him to come back, he would...continuous for almost a year. No wonder he left...

Now, he's nolonger mine (as mentioned he's with someone else). I thought I was okay, thought I had gotten over him but realised that each time I see him (even if it's been 2 years or 4 years) I digress and wish that things had been different and that events could change. If he just turned around and said hello, I would say 'l love you'. Well, at least that's how it would play out in my mind.

What happened to serendipity?

On another note, I met a guy the other night (infact whilst climbing), there was a little bit of chemistry but when he actually asked me out to dinner - with friends ; ) - I recoiled. I didn't know whether I wanted to or not. Instead I said no and that it was past my bed time.

Gosh, I'm such a lost cause. How can I still be affected all these years later?!?

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