Ok, so this is really bugging me (hence the picture) and I need y'alls input on the situation. So this girl I went out back the spring, we'll call her L, e-mailed me in the middle of September to see how things were going with work, what I was up to, etc. but I didn't realize this until a week later. I have 3 e-mail addresses and regularly check 2 of them, the third has been getting a lot of spam crap so I've updated people to let them know to use the other addresses. Background info on L--We had a mutal friend in common and we had e-mailed and talked for a while before going out, and we discovered that while there was friend-chemistry...that was it. Anyway, both of us were away for the summer, so while the e-mail surprised me, it was a pleasant surprise. I emailed her back letting her know how things were going, explained about the weeklong delay in responding, and asked her how her travels were this summer, what she was up to, etc. Um people...that was the second week in September and she still hasn't responded. Here's what is bugging me, she e-mailed me, I responded, I e-mailed her...nothing. Now, if I had contacted her first and she didn't respond, no problem....but don't contact me and then when I contact you ignore me.
Here's where my faithful (infrequent and first time are welcome too!) readers come in. Am I being petty or are my feelings valid? You can be honest, don't worry I won't block you from adding other comments in the future! I just need to know if I am being all ridiculous or not. Thanks!
P.S. Fun story from this weekend--I was out with my friends and S was going ape-sh*t about this guy who called her dude earlier today.
[Scene of us standing around in the parking lot]
S-...and then this young guy called out, "Dude...Yo, dude, can you help me out with directions?" When I realized he was talking to me I helped him but I was mad!
R-Why were you mad?
S-He called me dude...I am not a man! I even have long hair and was carrying a purse!
Me-No, no, no. He wasn't calling you "dude" like as in a guy, he was using it colloquially.
Me-You know, colloquially...
Me-Like how y'all is colloquially for everyone in the South....nevermind. Point is he wasn't calling you a guy, he was trying to get your attention.