Friendship gripe/advice time →
[More:]I have a friend and we haven't lived in the same town for a good seven years or so, but continue to talk over the phone occasionally. Last time we talked was almost four months ago. She was trying to decide between two jobs--both in small towns in the same state she has lived in all her life. She bemoaned the fact that regardless of which one she picked she would still be in a small town, while all her friends seemed to be living in exciting cities on the coasts. She then listed a number of reasons why both of these towns were undesirable. I suggested that it sounded like she wasn't very happy with these choices, and that since she hadn't taken either job yet, maybe she should apply for some jobs in a place she would want to live in. She got very upset and said I was unsupportive, and ended the conversation.
I sent her an e-mail apologizing for not being supportive. Didn't hear back. I figured she might contact me again after some time had passed.
Well, she finally did contact me today. But all she did was send me an e-mail asking for me to take a photo of her off my web site so that people can't Google her. I can't even find it on Google! It certainly isn't anything embarrassing, but I'll remove it anyway.
Anyway I am hurt that when she finally contacted me after all this time that is all she had to say. Should I say so? Or just let it slide again. To be honest I think not speaking to me for four months is a bit much as a reaction to the above.