The truth is that I was not paying attention to what she was saying. My mind was “connected” to my own personal network, and thoughts on different subjects were floating around like a bank of fish in the sea. Not even the traffic noise could interfere with my self-centred thoughts.
My friend was talking about trivial topics and I “assumed” I already knew where her conversation was leading to. I was wrong. But my focus was on my own interests and talking about frivolous things was not part of my plans for the day.
I had no time to waste on unimportant talking and after all, I already knew everything she had to say. Or at least, that was what I thought.
She suddenly stopped, looked at me and said. “I think that would be a good solution, don´t you agree?”
I stood there feeling a cold shiver running down my spine, since she seemed to be waiting for an answer. Continue reading