Why I Didn’t Send A Message To Maria
If you’re anything like me, you’ve had that one person who you wanted to message, but never got around to it. For me, that person was Maria. We had so much in common and I really wanted to get to know her better, but I never sent that message. Here’s why.
Did you ever send the message to Maria
Did you ever send the message to Maria?
I’m not sure if you did, but I know I never did. I meant to, but I always forget. I think about her often, though. I wonder how she’s doing.
Maria was my best friend in high school. We were inseparable. But then she moved away and we lost touch. I’ve always regretted not staying in better contact with her.
But recently, I found her on social media. And it turns out she’s doing great! She’s married and has two kids. She looks so happy.
Seeing her happy makes me happy. And I’m glad we reconnected, even if it’s just online. Who knows, maybe one day we’ll be able to meet up in person again and catch up on all these years.
Why didn’t you send the message to Maria
I didn’t send the message to Maria because I thought it would be better if I talked to her in person. I didn’t want to say something that might be misinterpreted through text or email.
What was the message supposed to say
The message was supposed to say that the sender was sorry for not being able to make it to the meeting, but something came up.
Did anyone else see the message before you decided not to send it
Before hitting send on an email, chat, or text, it’s common to reread the message to make sure it says what you want it to say. In that moment, you might notice something that makes you second-guess your words and decide not to send the message after all. Maybe it’s an embarrassing typo, or maybe the tone of the message is harsher than you intended. Whatever the reason, we’ve all been there.
How do you feel about not sending the message to Maria
I feel terrible about not sending the message to Maria. I was supposed to send her a message about something important, but I forgot. I feel like a terrible friend and I hope she can forgive me.
What would have happened if you had sent the message to Maria
If I had sent the message to Maria, she would have been so happy to hear from me. We would have chatted for a while and catching up on all the things that have happened since we last talked. She would have told me all about her new job and how she’s been doing. It would have been great to catch up with her and hear all about her life.
Do you think Maria would have liked the message
Yes, I think Maria would have liked the message. It was thoughtful and well written. Plus, she always enjoyed hearing from her friends.
Would Maria have been mad if she hadn’t received the message
If Maria hadn’t received the message, she would have been mad. She was expecting it all day and when she didn’t get it, she was upset. Fortunately, her friends were there to console her and tell her that it wasn’t a big deal. They reminded her that she had other things to focus on and that the message wasn’t worth getting upset over. This helped Maria calm down and she was able to enjoy the rest of her day.
What are you going to do now that you haven’t sent the message to Maria
Now that I haven’t sent the message to Maria, I’m going to go back and edit it so that it sounds more like me. I’ll add in some personal details and make sure to proofread it before sending it off.
Do you regret not sending the message to Maria
I was scrolling through my old messages and I saw the one I never sent to Maria. It said “I’m sorry for everything. I was a jerk and I know it. I miss you.” I thought about all the good times we had together and how I ruined it. I regret not sending that message to her.