I broke up with the Englishman. Or perhaps he broke up with me. I am not really sure what happened, how it happened, or why it happened, but the fact is, it happened. It has been stressful because we have a relationship that is also a friendship. He is my best friend so the thought...
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March 16, 2000 | 7:00 pmIt wasn't the right time. It was totally mutual. He wasn't "the one." It just wasn't working out. Blah, blah, blah.
You know the drill. The why-we-broke-up speech. Sadly, one is usually asked to sum up a relationship's demise before really understanding it. That's why the above...