Long girl and short boy love story
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Gary was already making his way toward us, his honest, open face clearly showing his pleasure. After all, we were in public. Gary shook hands, giving Sonya his five-thousand-watt smile. Grace has told me wonderful things about you. She towered over Gary by at feast five inches, and so did I. He touched my arm gently. Sonya and I walked out of the huge supermarket toward the parking lot.
She was uncharacteristically quiet as we looked around for my car. Well, what? How could she know? I was really furious with Sonya, but I knew I had no right to be.
She was my best friend. And Sonya had stood by me when my mother died at a young age of breast cancer. Not that they were knocking down my door. I went back to school to get my degree, which kept me busy nights and weekends. Meeting Gary was a fluke. I thought it was nice of him to walk me to my car. My mother always said that.
It brought tears to my eyes as I drove away, watching him in my rear-view window. I suddenly felt so alone and vulnerable. My father had joined his widowed sister inTexas, but I still clung to the town where I had grown up.
On top of everything, I was still hurting from a relationship I ought never to have started. There were signs.
During our dates, Larry would invariably bring up one of his children or tell me Sue had gotten a promotion at the office where she worked. Did I care? I kept myself busy, too. I loved him, I needed him, but he dumped me one Friday night over Chinese noodles and, like a fool, I cried. I let him see me cry. Shameless, stupid. Although I had managed to put it out of my mind, the scars remained. Until Gary. We ran into each other again at the bank one day.
He was very friendly and we spoke a few minutes. I saw him at the market again and he came over to say a few words. I began to feel at ease with him. In the meantime, Sonya had eloped with her longtime boyfriend.
When she came back they invited some of their friends to a celebration dinner at the Elms, a very nice restaurant by the river. I was sipping my coffee when Gary walked up to our table. Apparently, he knew Wayne.
The two men shook hands and Gary was introduced all around. When he saw me, he grinned with pleasure. Wayne invited him to sit clown for a drink. Gary was there with friends, but he took a few minutes to sit next to me.
It was all very casual. Before he left he asked if he could call me sometime. I said sure and gave him my phone number. Sonya teased me after he left. So Gary was short— was that any reason to make fun of him?
I had been reading in my bathrobe, annoyed by the interruption, but once we started talking on the phone, I completely relaxed with him. We must have talked for an hour. Gary was not exactly a rah-rah guy on a date. We went out for quiet dinners, mostly. Once, we discovered a book shop in a historic section of town and we browsed.
Gary bought me a tiny, worn book that had a haunting inscription on the fly leaf: To Victoria, from her mommy and daddy. Who are they? What are their dreams, their fears? Things like that. I dated Gary for over six months before I let him stay over in my apartment. I wanted to be sure. I needed to be in touch with my real feelings and make sure that I was not jumping into another relationship just because I wanted to erase the hurt inside me. Gary was an amazing lover. He treated me like I was a fragile flower to be gently touched and admired, and to become one with him when I pulled him close with an eagerness I had never known before.
I was touched by his proposal, mostly because Larry had never once mentioned marriage during our long relationship. One day, he brought up the subject of his parents. He wanted to take me to meet them. He wanted them to get to know me. His parents lived in a nice ranch house outside of the town.
I have to admit that the first thought that flashed through my mind when I met them was that they were both short, sweet, little people. But they greeted me with big smiles and made me feel very welcome. Your eyes are kind. I sensed that about his mother. We sort of drifted into being together whenever both of us were free.
Sonya asked us to dinner one Sunday night. Sonya seemed to be observing me closely. Later, when I made a trip into the bathroom, she was right on my heels. I love you and want you to be happy but. I mean, what would happen to any kids you might have?
Gary and I left soon after that. The evening was spoiled for me. Was Sonya right? Would we have abnormally stunted children? And would they succeed in a world that puts so much emphasis on looks? How stupid. He was a man of goodness and character. When I came down with the flu he stayed with me. I had pneumonia. Gary was so worried about me, he wanted me to go and stay with his mother for her tender loving care. I almost gave in on that, but was too sick to pack and leave my place.
I sort of drifted, anxious to finish my studies and begin applying for a job. He was tall, handsome and thin, the owner of a small employment agency. I had seen his ad in the local paper. That first day Marshall spent over an hour with me. One night, he called and left a message on my machine. I want to lay out something for you. I had a date to pick up Gary at the supermarket, have a quick dinner, and then see the latest blockbuster movie. But this was more important. I was not putting him off.
I really did need to research whatever job prospects were out there. Marshall was waiting for me in his office, He was genial but definitely not the corporate type.
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