I'm going to make this as short as possible. One of my sisters got married this past weekend. My other sister's best friend was invited as well. My sister has known her for something like 10 years. I've always been into her but I've always just shied away from it. Yet apparently everyone knew. I was a different person around her. Anyway fast forward to the rehearsal dinner before the wedding, someway or another not even sure the idea of joking around and proposing to my sisters friend came up. I was a little tipsy but certainly not drunk and said f*** it. So everyone knew it was a joke even her but again somehow it progressed to the point by the end of the night it was pretty real.
The night of the wedding it was worse she was all over me eventually we started kissing which was pursued by her. She was asking me serious questions about a future together. Again neither of us were wasted I knew what I was doing and so did she.
The next day we drove home about 11 hours. I told her I would drive her home weeks before. After a few hours of silence I had to ask her about the last 2 days what was going to happen now. I wasn't looking to get married just start something no rush no pressure. Ultimately she told me she wasn't ready for a relationship with anyone and she didn't want to risk her friendship with my sister.
I'm just trying to understand what happened? She went from seriously considering marrying me in 4 months to not interested in all in less than 12 hours. I feel like it took me years to get the courage to make any kind of move only to be lead on for 2 days and then dropped. I don't get what her motive was.
Not much I can do but try to forget about it but it really sucks.
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That really is a crazy weekend lol.
You're positive she was serious about a future without you? How drunk was she?
At this point, let it go for now. I'm not sure how your relationship was before that (did you text her at all or ever hang out in a group together?). Keep acting like you've always acted but don't bet on the situation changing. It seems like the sober "not ready for a relationship" comment has more weight than the drunk "I'm going to marry you" idea.1