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Date Posted: 15:07:40 01/24/06 Tue
Author: julie
Subject: Re: how do you know when to make a move?
In reply to: Seppe 's message, "Re: how do you know when to make a move?" on 08:29:36 01/24/06 Tue

Hey Seppe,
thanks for writing to me about your thoughts:)
I am from toronto, Canada how about you?
It's weird because I know she feels something as I do but we're both holding back. I think more than anything else that I'm afraid that I;m going to be wrong about her..there's always moments where we both look up while I'm sitting on the bench watching my team play and shes on the field and our eyes meet and it's so unbelievably akward but nice at the same time and we both look away as if nothing ever happened...
I wish I had some sort of sign by letting me know that I can be on the go ahead to just point blankly say my feelings to her, but I guess it's one step at a time..

Thanks for your input once again,


>hey julie,
>i just read about your story and your feelings,
>i really hope things will turn out ok for you
>can i ask you from which country you are?
>i also know some girls who've been in the same
>i guess you dont have to be afraid of telling your
>feelings if she is really your best friend, it's
>different when it's a girl you are not so close with,
>but in your situation it should be ok,
>if you want to have a chat about it you can always
>contact me if you want, just give a sign
>good luck girl

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