|Lauren and her wicked smile|
Enter Sunday morning a couple of weeks ago. My husband and I were scanning our
GASP! No, how could this be, this girl is my good friend, not my enemy? Immediately my mind goes through all the whys? (Read this in a really whiney voice) - Why
wasn't I invited to the party? My husband was invited to her fiancé's Buck's (Bachelor) Party, why wasn't I invited to her Hen's (Bachelorette) Party? I thought Lauren and I were really good friends, why? Wahhhhh!
I can make fun of myself now but I was genuinely concerned and hurt at the time.
My response was rejection, and even embarrassment for thinking perhaps this friend and I were not as close as I had thought. I told David I wouldn't be texting, that I was sure Lauren had her reasons for
Didn't Lauren know that her wedding was totally about me? That's what I said to Dave, while I was joking and trying to be strong, and push past the rejection. I felt like I should say nothing because there would be enough people in Lauren's life that would unfairly make the day about them. I didn't want her to see me as "that" friend. Luckily, Dave won the argument of me texting my dear sweet
|The girls at Inner City Wine Makers|
|High Tea at Coco Monde|
Have you done this to someone? Assumed the worst, only to discover the truth behind what you see on Facebook. What an important lesson for me. Always ask and keep communication open!
Happy Marriage to you and Raj, Lauren. Love you guys!