Trip Start Jul 09, 2012
11Trip End Jul 21, 2012
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My heart felt a brush of hesitance to allow her to "accompany" me. IT'S MY TRIP! But you know how you're like when you're with your best friend, right? Everything's A-OK. To be really honest, i was UBER excited at first. After days of pondering now I have second thoughts and yet I don't know how to tell her.
Luckily it's just for the first leg (five days and four nights) and off I'll go solo and ready to... (now it's the perfect time to open my book of rhymes)... swallow? Whatever. I'll still have my own solo moments. Yes! *punches air*
I've heard and read stories where best friends travel together and things either go super sweet or super sour after that (Thelma & Louise??). Considering I'm not so much friend-dependent, i'm afraid our friendship will plunge into the latter. This is not a pessimist talking. This is true. I know my best friend and I'm afraid I'd dislike certain things she does.
I guess the problem lies with me. I give in way too much to the other party. Like my recent trip with my new friend, I said too many yes-es to her ideas and swallowing my own wants and needs didn't feel too good.
So I've got 70 days to shape my own E.Q. I've already made my own itinerary. And if she wants to do her own research, by all means do. But if I say I want to do something at a particular time, hell yeah I will. No waiting. No compromising. Because I'm not going to let anyone ruin my plans, aka my wants and needs, except divine intervention, of course.
There's actually a bigger problem to worry about: MONEY.