Thursday, August 04, 2005

Will It Ever End?!?!?!?!

Wed, Aug 3rd - 11:27 pm

My vibrating phone wakes me out of a deep sleep. I reach for it in the dark, squinting at the name on the display. WTF? It's Chloe! (Rene = Chloe by the way... I'm done using aliases) I answer, hello? Hello? Hello? Nothing. Twenty-seven seconds of nothing to be exact. Just dead air and me saying hello. Am I dreaming? No. I check the call history and sure enough, it shows Chloe under calls received.

I call back multiple times to no answer. Only the usual 5-6 rings and then voice mail. I force myself back to sleep.

11:37 pm

My phone vibrates once. I'm just barely drifting to sleep. I grab it and check the display. 1 missed call. It's Chloe again. There's no way I missed it, but somehow it didn't go through. It doesn't matter. I call back a few more times and then give up. Takes me much longer to fall back asleep.

Thur, Aug 3rd - 6:57 am

I just arrived at work and try calling her cell from my desk phone. "The PCS number you have dialed is temporarily not in service." Oh no. I knew it was coming, but I didn't think it would be this soon. If this is permanent, and not temporary, then what does it mean? Is it simply turned off? Did someone cancel her service, and why? Does this have anything to do with last nights calls? STOP FREAKING SCREWING WITH ME AND TELL ME WHAT'S GOING ON!!!!!

4 comments:

R.J. said...

Wow... I miss reading your blog for a couple of days and you find yourself into the middle of one of those bad psychological drama movies with some psycho missing woman of questionable identity. This really must be driving you crazy. It's as entertaining as hell though.

Supercords said...

As an avid movie watcher, that's exactly how my mind processes all this too. I just hope it's not one of those movies where everything is left unexplained and the viewer is left to his own interpretation. I hate those kind of movies.

Cincy Diva said...

Have you thought about getting the police involved? If you think she may be in some kind of trouble...it might be best.

Supercords said...

Yes, I thought about it, but that's all it was--a thought. They'd laugh me out the door, then follow up with a speeding ticket.

Me: "Hi, I've had an online relationship with this girl and she never came over like she said she would."

Them: "Ok son, we'll put our *best* detective on it. After all, our top priority is tracking down cyber girlfriends."

I did call the local police and highway patrol that weekend to see if there were any accidents involving the type of rental car she was driving. There weren't.