I work in a lab. This evening, thinking that my advisor had already left for the day, I started telling my peers in the lab that she has a bad attitude about a few things, and she was showing off a lot about her work last summer. Out of nowhere, she walked into the lab and was visibly upset. I feared that she had heard what I said. She suddenly started asking us what we had done with out projects so far this week (we usually do this only on Mondays.) This action bothered me a great deal.
Also, I just finished my masters and had asked my advisor about pursuing a PhD. She kind of gave an OK and I am supposed to meet with her tomorrow morning to discuss about it. Although our relationship has been on and off at times, I feel bad because she helped me a lot in past and now she will feel I am an ungrateful bas_ard.
What will be the best way to approach this issue so that I can minimize the damage to our relationship? Should I bring up in tomorrow's meeting and how?
Update 2-21: So my advisor said she doesnt has funding so she cant take me as a PHD Candidate, which i know is load of crap( the Dept. funds 1st year of PHD by the way for non tenure professors and she does have projects ) , she has lot of money. I may probably never know why she didnt want me but as one of the answers advised , i thanked her for keeping me funded through out 2 years and i bought closure upon myself. I am just torn ,depressed ,angry ,tearful because i worked for this advisor for 2 years and i thought when leaving she would atleast give me a correct reason or put me up in a job somewhere or recommend me somewhere ( i was promised i would be shown a job beacuse i did thesis) ,i am just left to hang in the wind. But the other distnguished research professor was very happy to have me in his lab. This relationship was for 2 years and even though i may have said few words ,i dont think that long of a relationship should end on a lie. Anyways thanks everybody. The ground has been pulled from under my feet but i hope everythign turns out best in my life.