I'm feeling pretty tired tonight. I came home and slept for about an hour but it doesn't seem that it helped any. I feel more tired now than I did before I rested. I was hoping to get through all the journals I'm behind on tonight but it seems we have some very prolific writers out there.
It's been a rough week for me, but a good week. I have low-blood sugar and it's been out of wack since Wednesday night. I've had it since I was a kid so you would think I would have a grip on it, but it's such a strange thing. Sometimes I can go months without having "an episode" and other times it's something I fight on a daily basis. Wednesday really threw me because I've never had two episodes happen in such a short period of time. Wednesday night about 10pm my blood sugar dropped. I got myself a glass of milk which usually is slower to work but is a good quickie and will sustain an even level better than drinking juice. Thursday morning as I was getting ready for work, it decided to drop again. I'm suppose to eat 4 to 6 small meals a day but I've never been one to be able to eat that often. I think that's why I'm feeling so tired today though. My body is still trying to get back on track.
I ran into The Man at work again this week. It's been a long time since our paths have crossed. I said hi, he said hi, and we went about our business. I spent the entire day fighting the urge to barge into his office and ask him out.
It got me to thinking. I don't think I have ever asked a guy out. I can be pretty forward. I have no problem talking or making eyes at someone. But, to actually lay it on the line and say hey would you like to grab a drink or something. Nope! I can't recall a time.
I'm not afraid of rejection, for the most part, anyhow. I don't like it but it doesn't traumatize me. I just don't get how guys can do it though. How they have to do it all the time. If I bite the bullet and ask him out, how awkward would it be if he's married, or not batting in the same ballpark as me! That's what kept me from going for broke with this guy. I don't run into him often, but it would be awkward in the future if I was way off mark in asking him out.
I'm curious if any of the women out there have bit the bullet and asked a guy out. What is your take on it? How was the outcome for you? I'd also love to hear from you guys too! What do you do? Do you wish women would be that bold?
I'm a pretty aggressive person, which I think can intimidate guys sometimes. So, I weigh whether or not I want to step out and take that kind of lead from the get go. Does that make any sense?