I read an article today (https://poly.land/2019/03/19/they-call-it-relationship-status-for-a-reason-dont-they) that spoke about the importance of “relationship status” in high school.
I’ve heard the phrase, “He/She completes me” and I feel that’s too much of a burden for one person to carry.
Trevor had messaged Julie a few times before sending his phone number and asking her to call him. She declined stating she’d like to learn more about him through messaging first.
I’ve had some interesting experiences with online dating which, unfortunately, mirror real life. I’m realizing that people are people.
I read the book, “Think Like A Man,” by Steve Harvey. He said in his book that a man – a real man – will profess, protect, and provide for his woman. Well, I often wonder where these men are.
I don’t go out much and it’s with shame I admit I’ve tried several online dating sites. None of them worked out well.
He sent her a message and she read his profile before responding back to it. Hmmm, he sounds mature. I’ll try it. She messaged him back. He replied the next day and after a few good messages, he asked to meet her. Due to liking how his profile read, and how he sounded in his messages she agreed. Continue reading
One of Raymond’s texts was him telling me I need to talk to a local guy since I want to go on dates and actually spend quality time with someone. He said again he’d stop texting and calling me if I wanted him to. Never mind that I had already blocked his number and his calls weren’t coming through. I was only receiving his voicemails. Continue reading
Social media, as we know, is like fire – it can be a friend or a foe. It can help, hurt or aggravate us. I’d been off FB for years and upon signing back up, guys from my past found and friended me. I call them “throwbacks,” and not in a good way. Things are in the past for a reason.
Today something happened to me that never happened before. I was driving on the highway and passed an 18-wheeler and it honked. Okay, so that part has happened before. Continue reading