My name is Han Alexander. I'm a lousy writer, an astronomy enthusiast, and a freebird. I believe that the good of this world is not based on your judgement of society, but rather it is a reflection of your own kindness.
I’m intoxicated. I grabbed her by the arm. I told her I want her. I’ve been wanting her. She told me to stop. I didn’t. I told her I can make her happy. She told me to let go. I didn’t let go of her. I pulled her closer. I grabbed her waist. I told her I wanted her really bad. She said no. She doesn’t want me. I blacked out.
I threw up by the car. She took care of me for the rest of the night in the back seat of the car as my friend and her sister took us home.
I woke up the next day in my friend’s room. "You were an idiot last night. Minh went home."
I don’t care.
We went to lunch that day. I paid for the meal and apologized to her and her sister for how I was acting the night before. It was mother’s day. My mother was 1,000 miles away, so I spent the day with Minh. I got to meet her lovely mother. We sat in her sister’s room. It was awkward. I still want to grab her close to me. She touched me first. She put a hand on my arm and gently told me that nothing will happen between us.