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  • I had a really good friend. She was moving, and so was I.

    我有一個很好的朋友。她要搬家,而我也是。

  • Kind of looking for a little bit of an adventure, I suggested that maybe we drive to the local state park.

    我們大概上是在找些冒險,我建議也許我們可以去當地的州立公園。

  • We get there, and we start the fire, cooking bratwursts.

    我們到了那裡,然後生火煮德國油煎香腸。

  • There was only one unit being used, and it was this guy,

    那裡只有一個位子被佔用,那是一個男子。

  • was almost like he'd been living there for a while, and he looked like Legolas.

    他感覺住在那裡一陣子了,而且他長得像勒苟拉斯。

  • My friend was joking that he was the most attractive person she'd ever met living inside a tent.

    我朋友開玩笑說,他是她看過住在帳篷裡最帥的男生。

  • Eventually he wanders over. He repeatedly refers to himself as homeless.

    終於他漫步出來。他重複地說自己是街友。

  • His name was Sam, and he had just ended a long relationship, and I had done the same.

    他的名字叫山姆,他剛結束一段很長的戀情,而我也是。

  • Because of that sense of temporary presence, we kind of began to talk about that.

    因為那個短暫存在的感覺,我們開始談這個話題。

  • It was getting much much darker. Not only into the evening but thunderstorms.

    天色越來越暗。不止是接近晚上,還有雷暴雨。

  • We could see the lightening in the distance.

    我們可以看到一段距離外的閃電。

  • It's really possible that we're gonna have a tornado.

    很有可能會有龍捲風。

  • That wasn't a problem for my friend and I because we just lived five miles away,

    那對我和我朋友來說不是個問題,因為我們只住在五哩以外。

  • but it was a problem for this guy.

    但是對這位男子來說是個問題。

  • I invited him back to my place.

    我邀請他回到我們的住所。

  • He laughed, and he said how do I know you're not gonna murder me?

    他笑然後說,我怎麼知道你不會謀殺我?

  • And I said I don't know. Are you gonna murder me?

    然後我說「我不知道。你會謀殺我嗎?」

  • We got back to my place. Eventually I asked why are you living in a tent by the river

    我們回到了我住的地方。終於我問他為什麼你要住在一個河邊的帳篷裡。

  • that seems kinda ludicrous for a 26 year-old man.

    那對於一個26歲男人來說似乎有點可笑。

  • And he said that he'd been dating a woman for a very long time. They were living together.

    然後他說,他之前和一個女人交往了很久。他們住在一起。

  • She had cheated on him.

    她劈腿。

  • He loved her very very much but couldn't imagine being with her any longer.

    他很愛很愛她,但是無法想像再跟她交往下去。

  • It was better for him to leave and live in a tent and fish after work than to live in that house with her.

    對他來說,離開、住在帳篷裡、上班完釣魚的日子比跟她一起住在那個房子來的好。

  • After my friend left, I kinda said to him that he should stay.

    等我朋友離開後,我告訴他,他應該留下。

  • I laughed, and I said nothing's going to happen between us.

    我笑了,然後說我們之間不會發生任何事。

  • There was only one bed in my apartment.

    我的公寓裡只有一張床。

  • We got in bed together, and yet I felt really comfortable and at home with him.

    我們睡在同一張床上,但我覺得跟他待在一起非常舒適。

  • I was set to start a job about a month later.

    我已經決定要在一個月後開始工作。

  • And we kind of continue our relationship for two weeks until I left.

    我們大概持續這段戀情兩個禮拜直到我離開。

  • When I got to Alaska, I met someone that I care very very deeply about,

    當我到了阿拉斯加,我遇到了一個我深深在乎的人。

  • and I feel like this is the relationship truly that I think will last... I hope for the rest of my life.

    而且我覺得這段戀情才是真正我覺得會持續... 我希望持續整個餘生。

  • It's strange to think that I could like someone briefly and then like someone else a whole lot... more,

    這樣想很奇怪,我可以短暫地喜歡一個人,然後更喜歡另外一個人。

  • but I kinda think that's the beauty here is that Sam didn't have to be this thing that lasted forever and ever.

    但我覺得這就是它的美,而山姆不需要當那個一直到永遠的人。

I had a really good friend. She was moving, and so was I.

我有一個很好的朋友。她要搬家,而我也是。

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    Terri Tsai 發佈於 2015 年 06 月 29 日
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