Samantha:I'm going to enjoy myself. I have to.
I'm heading to Montreal for a few days to see someone, and I'm looking forward to it. It isn't 'Kit and Cat are going to Montreal', it's me. Kit's giving me some time for myself - a few days - and I can spend it with someone I care about.
But there's complications.
See, a few days ago, we were discussing things we'd be doing while I was visiting, and some of them were.. well.. personal in nature. They hit a lot of my fun buttons - and while I was a bit shocked and shy about it, I was like 'oh, this is going to be interesting!'
And I was thinking 'I get to spend a bunch of days alone with her!'
And.. while it's true.. it isn't completely true.
There's going to be one day where her boyfriend's going to be staying over. And if I came earlier - which had crossed my mind - there'd be a few days where he'd be there, saying over. Which means I'd be in the living room.
Not with her.
I don't think I'm ready for that. I can probably deal with one day like that.. but not multiple days. And on the weekend, she's going off to his parent's place with him. I won't be going. And I'm going to have to deal with that.
I'm the 'on the side' in this relationship. As much as I don't want to be. But I have my limitations and she has her limitations. Different cities, different needs, that kind of thing.
That.. kind of took the air out of this some. I do want to go, and I do want to spend time with her, but I've also tried very hard to ignore that there's another relationship involved. I keep on thinking 'oh, this is that guy, her friend' - not 'this is her boyfriend, who she has a relationship with'.
And.. it makes me think of the stuff we talked about a few days ago, and suddenly, I'm wondering 'do they do that kind of thing?'.. and a part of me is worried that 'yes, they do', and a part of me is going 'you really don't want to know the answer, in case it's 'yes'.' And.. the fact it might be yes, kind of makes me want to cry.