If someone is still wondering about what happened to this girl, here is the story and maybe you'll understand why I didn't want to post about it before.
Everything was going amazingly well for my standards. And every day I was sure that something would happen and that everything would be ruined. But nothing happened. Everything was perfect between us. Until...one night she said she wanted to go to some beach/party/thing. I said that me and beach/party/things don't mix well. She was kinda sad but she went anyways with some of her girlfriends. At about 3AM I still couldn't sleep, and once again got scared that things couldn't be so great forever with her, and decided that I should try to spend every moment I could with her. So I drove to the beach/party/thing. It was crowded and I walked for about 30 minutes through the beach until I finally saw her. I started walking towards her, to tell her that I wanted to spend every moment I could with her. She hadn't seen me. I was about 10 steps away from her, when another guy approached her with 2 drinks, and she kissed him. I just stood there for about 10 minutes. Actually now I'm sure I just stood there waiting for her to see me. When she saw me and I saw tears forming in her eyes, I turned away and left. I drove back home, thinking that all that talk about fate, about forever, was just meant to end in the longest 10 minutes of my life.
I don't usually play many computer games, but the one I keep coming back to, is SimCity, in it's various versions, and now SimCity 4. Here's is the brief and sad story in pictures of the once glorious city of Smallville.
Farmers arrived to Smallville in it's early years and started a friendly rural town.
After the first elementary school was founded in Smallville, the children began looking into the future and with their new knowledge, they decided to make a difference. Most of them left the fields where they had grown and built houses in residential neighborhoods and started small businesses. Everything seemed prosperous and the new city thrived with commerce and excitement.
But as the citizens of the new metropolis started attending college and buiding factories, something in Smallville changed. What once was green was now covered by heavy pollution and garbage. When Smallville's citizens realized what they had done, it was too late. They had sold their own lives, ignored their roots and nothing would ever be the same again.