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How Would You Have It Then? -12

As time passed I became a bit more friendly, having lunch with this group or going to town with that group, but it was never one and one.  

I did my work well, was praised, and promoted so that being here was not an absolute disaster.

I had the house, the beach, a nice enough job, good enough co-workers and was excreting the ‘love’ I had for the complete stranger I had cast into my fantasies.

It was like watching a T.V. show and ‘falling in love’ with a character, and dreaming about him.

In a way, my shyness, my lack of approach protected me.

However, if I had known he was married when I saw him, I never would have changed my life.

I would not be here.

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