Back in high school, one of the highlights of your day was to see your crush. Isn't it the same for everyone?
Back then, my growling stomach would quiet when I see him. Literally, nabubusog ako makita lang siya. No wonder there's a saying, that a person in love can't eat. So cheesy. I blame it on the hormones.
When I entered college those hormones decreased. Or maybe handsome guys in the campus decreased. I was so engrossed in my studies and was having too much fun with friends to worry about boys. It's true though, I didn't get to cross paths with the hunks much. Too few of them.
So how is it that I have a schoolgirl crush again? To fill my boring days? Whatever it is, it's really hard to keep it in. If I was still in high school, I'd blab about it to my friends. But with age comes wisdom. For Pete's sake, I'm 20 years old. But I feel like I'm 16 again.
Crushes are both pleasing and annoying. It makes you happy, but you're also aware of how painfully silly it is. Well, at least I think it is. Crushes are for school girls. I'm not a schoolgirl. Crushes are one-sided. I'm tired of one-sided.
So my way of exorcising the demon is to write it down. This little post will be passed over. It is of no significance and a few will read it. I will risk that. only one other person knows what I'm really talking about.
Here it is: I have crush and I really like his smile. Sometimes he has that lost puppydog look that I find cute. I like it when he calls my name. I sneak glances but I rarely talk to him ( I don't know what and how I'm going to talk about)
This really feels like high school. But oh well. My friend said that crushes are meant to be enjoyed. I won't see him for two months. That's okay. I need to focus on my review. Maybe the saying will come true: Out of sight out of mind. ahahaha. I'm such a schoolgirl.