- 7 years ago
- Wedding: November 2011
Here’s a little backstory:
I was good friends with a girl in high school. For some reason we had a falling out after I graduated, for reasons she didn’t speak of, but it wasn’t my end. Anyways, we stopped talking for the last few years until my cousin moved in with her, and this ex-friend decided I needed to know what was going on because she was worried about her. While I still don’t trust her, I felt obligated to try to keep up somewhat of a friendship with her, especially since she said she missed me so much. I hadn’t hung out with her since high school.
She’s been trying to hang out with me for the last few weeks but I’ve been busy. I worked this morning from 5-11 and we decided it would work to hang out at noon. At 11:30 she texted me to tell me that she wouldn’t be able to make it at 12 but that 2 would work. I asked her if any other time worked, and she said no, her Fiance would be in town this evening. So, even though I didn’t have the patience to stay in that area of town for another two hours, since I had nothing else to do with my day, I did. I ended up taking a nap in my car since I had nothing else to do, and didn’t want to spend the half an hour to drive home this afternoon. I texted her at 2 to make sure things were working out, and she said she was still stuck with the insurance agent (which is why she couldn’t make it at 12). I said, how long do you think it will take and she said I don’t know but I have to work at 3.
I’m furious. I waited three freaking hours for her to meet me after I got off of work and had been up since 3:30 this morning. And she hadn’t even bothered to text me to let me know she wouldn’t be able to make it. She didn’t say sorry, and if it wasn’t for me texting her I probably would’ve sat there for another hour just to find out what was going on. I had things to do at home today. I could’ve been half-done with the chores, and now I’m just starting. Should I say something to her, or just ignore her since obviously my time doesn’t matter to her.