Because I was disappointed that I won't get to see her tomorrow when she gets back from her 2 week army training course. Exact text message details are as follows:
Me: When do I get to see you?
GF: Probably Sunday. Caleb (her son) is picking me up so I'll have lunch with him then probably dinner with Miranda (her daughter).
Me: :( ok
GF: Sorry Sugar Butt (worst petname ever). I'm so exhausted from this course. I don't want to do anything but rest on Saturday.
Me: I know, just not what I expected.
Me: Oh well
GF: What were you expecting?
Me: To see you tomorrow
Me: Like I said, oh well
GF: IM FREAKING EXHAUSTED. I've been working off of 3-5 hours of sleep a night for two weeks!
Me: Nvm then
Me: I didn't know my wish to see you brought on such anger
So yea, needless to say, my soul is a little bit crushed. I was disappointed enough when I found out I wasn't going to see her tomorrow, which means my cake gets to wait another day in the fridge. Not a huge deal, but not being on the first to see list doesn't make me feel very important. Once the yelling started, or capital texting as it were, my heart sank. I'm not even sure I want to see her at all now. So here's my lame question. Should I just eat the cake I made myself? She'll never know I even made it.
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She's already exhausted from the course, and has plans to spend tomorrow with her son and daughter. It's not like she put you off until next week. Sunday is reasonable. It's unreasonable for you to expect her to put you first.
You should give her the cake, and also give her an apology for not being more understanding. Her frustration with your responses was understandable.3
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