Thursday, October 14, 2010

middle relief

the man has two roommates. we went to a party last night; i came from my place to head over with them. when i got to their place, i knocked on the door and he answered. i heard the roommate's voice from his office; the man responded, "tell her yourself." o-kay... i walked in and the roommate said, "you know you don't have to knock anymore, right? that just means that one of us has to get up." i chuckled. "okay, hon. just thought it'd be weird to randomly barge into your house without notice." he looked up at me and said, "no, see, you're like a middle reliever now."

wait, what?

"before, you didn't even travel with the team; you just sorta popped up every few weeks, hung out for a few days and left. but now, you're here every weekend, you're in on all the meetings. you're not on the field every day, but it's close enough. so don't knock anymore - just come in."

in a weird, awkward sort of way, that's one of the sweetest things that's ever been said to me.


  1. That is very sweet. I still have to knock because my boyfriend is temporarily living with a friend, and the friend says so. Annoying.

  2. You know, I think I could love a guy who refers to me as a baseball terms. Even better he calls you a pitcher.


  3. That is really sweet! I love feeling that welcome in other people's homes.

  4. awww!! that is so sweet!! I love how this is unfolding.

  5. I'm reading at my laptop with a huge smile on my face!


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