Saw her again, or rather her back. That’s all I see now. I walked into my building with a cup of coffee, talking to someone else who had also been to get coffee, so I didn’t see her coming. She, however, saw me, because she instantly spun around and walked back the way she’d come from. Well, that gives me a little more insight into who I’ve been dealing with: a child in a woman’s body – never grew up. And I thought women were supposed to be more mature than men? That’s the second time she’s done that. I’m glad I’ve gotten over the unrequited love obsession, which was really limerence – that kind of behavior might have had a bad effect on me before. It’s pretty funny now. I never did anything bad to the woman, never said anything nasty or angry to her. I’ve always been friendly, and I smiled and waved whenever I saw her anywhere. I could see her not wanting or needing to have lunch together anymore, but to deliberately turn around whenever she sees me? That is just too funny. It’s not like I’d do or say anything to make her uncomfortable. She’s the one who always maintained we were just friends, and that anything else was inappropriate. I wanted to continue the friendship, but I wasn’t going to be upset if she didn’t. She’s acting like a lover scorned, or a teenager. She’s three months shy of 29 years old! Well, at least I learned something: I learned why these May-December realtionships don’t work! Such a painful lesson. It’s a good thing I won’t be around here much longer. Too bad. I really liked her, enjoyed her company, and enjoyed listening to her.