It was an awesome evening. She took the news well and is getting tested today. Because she uses her mother's gyn, who also knows her father, she'd planned on a walk-in clinic instead, but emailed today that she found an online clinic. She can take their script to the lab. I'm not sure if they do HSV at that lab (it's the company I used to work for and things beyond the basics are sent out), but she could have results as soon as tomorrow.
We walked around the streets of the old section of town holding hands. Me. Not being cautious. Me. We kissed on the street, a busy main drag. Me.
Now I don't feel brazen, but I do feel confident. I appreciate her strength.
During dinner, she gave me her beaded bracelet. She's also born in August; it's peridot, gold, and silver. I often wear a silver periodot ring, so it really suits me. I felt like we're going steady in HS when she put it on my wrist.
It's funny how neither one of us wants anything, but we like each other anyway and are rolling with it. I'll give her plenty of time to decide. I think I'd want her company regardless. We're going to a park tomorrow and going out on Saturday night.
Sounds lovely. Just lovely.
Aren't blood tests that really truly are effective really expensive?
yay!! I'm so happy for you...
It sound simply delightful and delicious...
life can be so precious...
The test she's having is just a blood test, not a Western Blot, which would tell Type 1 from Type 2. I've never had a Western Blot done and assume Type 2.
Very sweet. it sounds like she's passing all the tests without any red flags. How often does that happen? Rarely.
!!! Love stories are always nice to hear about... I'm so happy for you babe!
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