Welcome to my new site. I am very excited about it. My web designer and I worked very hard on it. This site will be all about My Life In Tinseltown. I will be talking about living in LA, my new ventures in writing and of course my dating life. Since I was busy with getting the new site up I haven’t posted in a while, so the first few posts will be about what has been going on the last few months.
First a little update on the JS situation
After some time had passed, I texted JS to say Hi and see if everything was okay. It wasn’t the way either of us wanted to have the talk but I didn’t know when I would be seeing him again. He responded by saying, “You seemed like you were pretty rattled by my seeing somebody. I can’t really let that bother me, but it’s awkward if it seems to bother you.” So I was honest with him and told him it was weird at first but more so about the age thing and that I was fine with it when he came over that night but he seems really weird which I didn’t understand. He responded by saying, “I don’t see how I have anything to account for”. Which I never had asked him to account for anything and I told him I appreciate and value our friends and enjoy the time we hang out and asked him if our friendship still works for him because I don’t want to put him in an uncomfortable spot and said I hope we can still be honest with each other.
His response, “I am sure we can but if I seemed weird, I think the reason should be obvious and shouldn’t have needed an explanation. Texting me on my way home about it was awkward and off-putting” I was a bit pissed by his comment because he was putting it back on me. If he felt weird then why didn’t he say something to me when he was over. Was it really that obvious? It could have been something going on with his job or the new girl. And the comment about texting him about it, yeah he was the one that told me through text that he has been seeing someone. I could have been rude but decided to bite my tongue on this one.
Then a month after that awkward dinner at my place we finally hung out again. This time we went to a movie. Things were good, he was being a gentleman, we were talking about random stuff and laughing. Then he was rude. While we were sitting at the bar eating and talking, he pulled his phone out of his pocket, looked at it, unlocked the screen, looked at it again and then put it back in his pocket. It was time for us to head into the movie, he said he had to use the bathroom, I waited as we had 3D glasses, and after 5 minutes or so he came out. I went and made a joke asking how I was quicker than he was. After the movie we visited the bathroom again. I went, came out and still had to wait another 10 minutes for him. I am not dumb, I know that he was either talking or texting her while he was in there. I am guessing texting because he is not a big talker on the phone. After he got out this time I joked again asking if everything was okay, was he reading a magazine or having a conversation? He said they don’t have magazines but didn’t say much else. Then I joked saying I was thinking of walking home or trying to jump his car. He sort of laughed. I think he realized I knew what he was doing in there
When we got out to the car, again he was a gentleman with the car door. we drove home and I said “I am glad we went out tonight, it was fun, things were getting a little weird and this was nice. He agreed and gave me a hug before I got out of the car.
It was just so rude and off-putting with the phone. He has never done that to me until recently and I never do that to him. M and JB don’t even do that to me unless it is work and even then they apologize for taking a call. It is the sneakiness factor too, why not be honest about it. I am also wondering if he didn’t tell his girlfriend that he was going out with a friend that night.
The story continues….