99% Faking It (Dating Dilemma)(77)

By: Chris Cannon

And I needed to trust him because he’d kept his word so far. He’d planted all the flowers and came over to mow the lawn every weekend. He’d even painted a set of Harry Potter book bricks for me.

“Time for me to confess something,” Matt said.

“Okay.” I had no idea what he was going to say, but I trusted it wouldn’t be too awful.

“I signed up for some business classes at Canton.”

“You did? That’s great.” I was going to Canton Community College because I still wasn’t sure what I wanted to do with my life and there was no reason to spend money my mom didn’t have before I figured that out. Thanks to the sperm donor I had cash for a more prestigious school. Once I knew what I wanted to do when I grew up, I might dip into his donation. Until then, I’d spend time with Matt and enjoy figuring my life out. I’d gone from the friend zone to a fake relationship and then ended up in a real relationship, which kind of gave a whole new meaning to the phrase fake it until you make it.


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