"Would it be him..", she pondered, "It must be him", she smiled to herself with a certain air of confidence.
"I knew he would apologize. He always does, whether I am wrong or him , he always does...But only this time, I was correct, I knew i was..so why should I be the first to contact?" She was silent only to the outside world, but there was a very confident voice speaking within her.
"Hmmm...So do i open the mail and see what he has to say? Hmm...What if has return receipts and knows somehow that i forgave him and hence opened his mail?? No, i will not respond to the mail alerts..Let him suffer for a day....then he will know ...."
Her self-discussion thus came to an end.There were many more pop-up mail alerts.She just smiled and chose to ignore them."How persistently he asks for sorry..thats what i like in him..."
It was evening and time for her to leave. "So what if he was wrong, poor thing, let me put in a reply , if he really wanted a sorry, he would still be sitting by waiting for a reply...."
And so she opened her inbox to see 12 automated messages staring at her as if to say, "everything has a limit!"