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Posted by on 2012/10/04 under Uncategorized

About two weeks ago, I discovered that I had developed a crush. He was always kind and nice the few times I spoke with him, whether it was the two of us walking the same way or thanking him when he opened the door for me and others despite carrying tenor drums. Although we don’t have many opportunities in marching band or orchestra to talk, I really wanted to know more about him, even if we ended up as friends.

Today, I spoke with whom I consider a good friend as well as my co-partner in marching band about the matter since she knows him more than I do. I learned both good and bad about him. Although there were things that I found out that I was not particularly happy with, perhaps if I get the chance to truly befriend him, he might reconsider some of his decisions.

However, if things don’t go as plan, I must move on. But until then, I have to be confident in myself and open up. If I can’t open up to others, how can others open up to me?

Greg, all I’m asking for is becoming your friend first. If that’s as far as it will be, then so be it. I can’t force anyone to like me. I know I’m not the prettiest, boldest, or liveliest. What I am, though, is an honest, reliable nineteen-year-old who is willing to open her ears and heart. I wish I could tell you this…but for now, I can only hope that you will put the same effort to get to know me to learn what kind of friend I am(or potential girlfriend I can be).

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