Something very strange is happening. For some reason, I’m unable to view Romeo’s blog page anymore. Perhaps he’s deleted his account? I daresay that would make me quite happy—maybe he’s finally ready to, as they say here, “buckle down” and really concentrate on getting us home. He did promise, after all, and Romeo is a man of his word. Or at least I think he is…
It’s been awhile since I’ve actually seen Romeo, and when I do, he’s been acting very strange. He’s started wearing a pair of sunglasses at all times, and has changed his wardrobe so that he is constantly wearing pastel plaid shorts. He’s not acting like the Romeo I know.
I will confide in you, my dear readers. I’m not sure that Romeo cares about me as much as he did when we first came here. Perhaps he’s overwhelmed with the newness of this place, but it seems like he is completely disinterested in the once passionate love we shared.
I know I keep iterating this, but I really want to return home. I suppose I haven’t given my real reason, though. It’s not just that this world makes me uncomfortable—I fear that I may be losing Romeo to this world. In Verona, we face the pressures of our families, but at least our love was unwavering. I would rather face the disapproval of my parents than lose the love of my life.
Many of you have been suggesting that I speak with him, and perhaps you’re right. I fear I can’t go on like this for much longer.