RS: he makes my life in a mess
Now it is the winter holiday, every one will have some days rest. But to a worker in the company, we will not have many days. We only have very little time to have a rest. Today he left here, because he has a month holiday, Left me alone here. I send-off him to the bus stop. In the stop he gives me some runescape gold in order that I can play the game, If that I will not feel lonely; I pick it and put it in my pocket. I still feel not happy when he has gone, because no one can accompany me the next days.
When he arrives at home, he calls me and asks me what I am doing; I tell him I am working. He lets me play the game when I have nothing to do. He still says that no matter I win or lose some of the rs gold, he will not complain me for all. I say I will and tell him do not worried me. Then we finish the call.
When it is the time for working off, I come back home and have my supper. After that I start to have nothing to do. Then I find my runescape money in the pocket which he gave me in the morning. Without any mood to play the game, I go t sleep at the time of seven. But at the normal time once, I would stay with him and reading some books or watch some films with him in the cinema. Reminding this, I am sad.
When I have asleep, my mobile phone sounds, it is him I know, he still asks me what I am doing, he want to ensure that whether I am play the rs game. I say I am sleeping and do not want to go to the internet bar. And I do not want to see the cheap rs gold only by myself. I can not adapt it. He just does not know what to say and only say he will back soon and accompany me.
The next days before I go to home, I sleep very early every day and do nothing, I used to live with two persons life, but now it is I, I have no side and seems lost my way. Even my favorite game gold can not attract me. Once, I would buy runescape every week, but now, I never care it.
I know it is him, my boyfriend who loves me very much.
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