Michael is handsome, witty, and can keep up with my banter. His personality reminds me SO much of the ‘love of my life’. He’s quiet, but when he does say something, it’s perfectly timed and unassuming, and makes me laugh like a fiend. I am very happy and very hopeful. Also? Job interview tomorrow! Cross your fingers for me, lovers!! =) I hope you are all doing as good as I am right now. <3
I just don’t. It’s one of my quirks. I am very old fashioned and view it as emasculating them and stealing their ‘hunter’ nature. Men need to chase and never completely catch the women to keep interested. Call it games, but honestly, who wants something easily attainable? I like my men to have a little mystery and not completely over-share.
That being said, Guy #3 (Curt) hasn’t called since Wednesday. I’ve written him off as uninterested and moving on. Disappointing, but I’ll be fine. :)
After I was a little butthurt about it, in my last blog I wrote how two men started talking to me.
Guy A (Michael) asked me out this Monday night! Meeting him in Temecula after he gets off work for a few drinks and conversation.
And on Friday, I’m going with my friend Kristy to meet her friend Matt in San Diego for the movies and hang out time.
Very nice to have things to look forward to. Things are looking up.
Just so happens that last night, two really incredible and intelligent men found my dating profile. And have both written me a couple times each. They are both polar opposites, but I find them SO intriguing for different reasons. And I’m excited.
Which makes me realize I shouldn’t be putting all my eggs in one basket. Especially if said basket is treating me as an object instead of a person.
Guys, if women are into you and you are into them, freaking CALL or MESSAGE them! They like attention. Promise.
I really don't like when I become one of 'those' women...
Had a really wonderful date last night with Guy #3 (Curt). He took me to a classy Italian restaurant and then to a dive bar.
We were having a blast talking, playing shuffleboard, and just connecting. He kissed me pretty far into the night, there were fireworks and we couldn’t keep our hands off each other. I normally don’t do p.d.a.’s, perhaps it was a mix of the booze and the hunk! haha
We were getting along famously…he was drinking a little and it was getting late, so I offered that he could stay the night instead of having to drive all the way home (about 45-1 hour), no sex, of course. Hot and heavy make-out session, and again in the morning. He left at 6:30 am for work, and I wrote on his wall then, thanking him for the wonderful date and posted a video we had discussed the night before. He responded when he got off work with, “For sure, thank you. I had a great time.”
So WHY am I being such a dumb girl and analyzing every stupid detail and wondering why he hasn’t called and thinking he doesn’t like me? Why can’t I take the advice I give to others??? I HATE being needy and feeling like this. I knew before we even went out that he wasn’t big on communicating online or on the phone, he was the face to face type. :P I need a hobby. Or I need to find another date to take my mind off him. I get so focused when I like someone. *sigh*
In other news, applied for a job, went tanning, and am going to see a comedian tomorrow! That should help. I’ll get dolled up and post a pic of me in my new corset. =)
I’ve been putting myself out there in the dating world and made another profile on Okcupid.
Guy #1. I’d been chatting with a guy named Mike on the instant messenger service…and we found out we only lived two blocks away from each other. We were both going to smoke, and he’s all “Let’s just smoke together. Come on, be adventurous.” My roommates were home, and he’s a small man (I could totally take him), so I said ok. I had no make up on, was in need of a shower, but he wasn’t one of those men…ya know, the type that make you completely nervous. He didn’t have many pictures of himself, the ones he did have were black and white. I get that, I have a bunch of angled pics to make myself look better, but I couldn’t really see him. He comes over and he’s really really sweet. He’s definitely a ‘good guy’. He cracked me up and we have a ton in common. Only thing wrong, I don’t find him attractive. I tried SO hard. But it just wasn’t there.
This is what I have written on my profile… ' I am looking for someone I can have a mental, emotional, and physical attraction with. Sounds easy enough, right? I always seem to end up getting two out of three.’
And again, it proves to be the case. I’m not shallow, but I have to have chemistry with someone. So he’s been messaging me and I don’t know how to tell him he isn’t my type without crushing him. :(
Guy #2. Intelligent, attractive, cool guy. It’s rare I find someone I can communicate with. This one is funny and smart, but a ‘lazy dater’. He says he’s been burned in the past and now is looking for friends to build a relationship with first. He wants to move slow and take his time. I completely understand that, but as a woman, it sounds like he doesn’t want to put in any work to ‘court’ a girl and make her feel special. He just wants something to fall in his lap. Good luck.
Guy #3. My favorite so far. His name is Curtis and I’m Very attracted to him. I really like his style. He’s a guy’s guy, really cool, and completely unique. I really want to find out what makes him tick. Only he works. ALL the time. Which is good, but I need more attention than just one or two messages a day. But he asked me out for dinner and drinks tomorrow night, so hopefully I can crack the surface a bit. It’s the second real date I’ve been on other than my ex in two years. I’m nervous.
There’s slim pickings on Okcupid…so it’s hard not to get overly excited when you find a good one. And I get SUPER excited early on, then, as I get to know someone and see them for all they are, good and bad, my passion tends to calm.
I just wish I could find someone to make the butterflies last.