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She smiled at me with that cute, adorable smile I have grown to know and love and headed out.
After climbing Burger King's corporate ladder, I had finally attained the position of regional financial manager for the entire state.
She tossed me an invite and, seeing as I was a lonely 32 year old man, she didn't have to ask twice.
I never understood what she saw in me over all the other guys.
I asked her if she'd like my number as the session ended, and she consented. If I wanted to sit and stare at a wall, I would have stayed home. She told me that the cancer was entwined with her lineage, dating back as far as the eighteenth century; therefore, in numerous fits of emotional rage, her ex husband blamed her for giving the children cancer and left.
I flipped open my phone and entered her number as she read it out. Too pained by the loss of her entire family, she moved to the city a few weeks ago and was living on unemployment, unable to continue working at her job due to the crippling depression and panic she suffered as a result of her abandonment.
Right off the bat she told me about how she was four days sober from methamphetamine and was looking to settle down with a nice man who didn't look like a walrus. I had thought that these events were age regulated and had different meetings for people in different stages of life.
Maybe she understood how I felt, considering all the pain she felt herself, and decided to get to know who I really was under this cocoon of emotionless insecurity.Once that buzzer sounded, I rocketed out of my chair with the speed of a gazelle. My decision was finalized as soon as she brought up her grandkids; I can hardly handle one generation of young ones, much less two.I actually asked her if she needed help getting out of her chair after the buzzer sounded... I was batting 0 for 2, but such pitches were ones that I would gladly let the catcher have. She was 26 and studying to be a nurse at a local hospital.I wanted a wife, I wanted kids, I wanted a steady job.