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I like you
added Thu June 03 2004 at 11:41 PM
Why does the phrase "I like you" ever have to be followed by "but"?

I've been thinking about talking about the whole situation for a couple weeks, but I've been curious to see where it goes before I specifically tell the world. So now, I'll give the fifty cent version so that we're on the same page.

Our meeting was completely random, and totally unexpected. Somehow, her computer was automatically signing her into Merry's MSN. We started talking trying to figure out what was going on, and kept talking cause it was fun talking with each other. Over the course of the next three days, we probably spent about 5 hours talking online. Now that's not an *enormous* amount of time for me to talk with someone onling, cause sometimes Carolyn and I will spend that much time talking to each other, but that's usually when she or I have something on our mind or when we're both bored together.

It turned out that she lived about 2 blocks away. The mystery of how her computer was signing onto Merry's MSN was eventually solved (apparently Merry has a class with her roommate). I spontaneously brought her flowers to work one day (I pretended to be the flower delivery boy, but she pretty much saw through that), and we watched a movie at her place on a saturday night. The next day, we ate dinner together and went to her ward prayer.

For the past two weeks, we've been talking online occasionally, but she's been pretty busy. She went home to SLC last weekend, so I didn't get to see her over the weekend. We decided to get together tonite, we ended up just getting a couple slurpees and going for a walk.

So that's the fifty cent version of who Danny is, and how I met her. We're all up to the same page, and on with today's entry.

There's more to read. Read the extended entry.