Kimiko – Chapter 6 – Patterns in the Ivy

I really enjoyed my date with Kimiko. She’s beautiful and smart and I want her. But alas I’ve worked 53 days in a row and have had zero time for anyone in my life this summer. But life is still beautiful in our fair city and I’ll make my way.

I’ve been in touch with Kimiko and she’s been patient and responsive. But everyone’s patience runs out and I think I’ve lost her because of the salon and my crazy hours.

She doesn’t like coming to the city and it’s just been too long. I could feel her fading and now it’s happened.

I feel a twinge of resentment to the salon but there are bigger fish to fry and if it’s not to be then so be it. I don’t know if that makes sense, but if the schedules don’t line up and baby’s in Jersey it just won’t work.

I text her last week and she was responsive. She was away visiting friends so I still had a hook in her. But a week or so later I tried again and got no response. I waited another day and tried again. But all I heard was crickets.

So I think this chance at some fun love is dead. But what am I? I’m in a loving relationship with Cherie for over a year now and I’m still making dates with women because I hardly ever see Cherie.

I love Cherie and she’s my girl but this blog isn’t going to write itself. I slept with Ambria but that was basically a one night stand. I really liked Kimiko and could feel it in our kiss. But work, distance, and schedules have destroyed this flower before it could bloom.

I guess I just have to let this one go. I liked her. I wish we could have done stuff together. Just movies and drinks would have been fun, but if it didn’t happen than I suppose it’s not meant to be.

Death by absence. I hope she met a nice guy who’s treating her like a lady.

 

 

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