since then, it's been a dry spell. I really don't like the modern dating scene and thankfully never had to enter into it. was lucky to meet a bunch of girls at work (sure did help to have my first job in Boston at an open office made up of 80% 20-30-somethings), had a whale of a time navigating those situations, and it played out perfectly: more ruthless breakings of contact and finally settling in with a very easy-going girl who likes to watch Japanese movies and doesn't mind listening to weird music (as long as it isn't really noisy with screaming and yelling). she even likes to watch baseball with me... not to mention her family's really cool. we are kinda joined at the hip at this point and like to relax the same way (cough cough, hahahah), so yeah, moving in will be an adjustment... BUT
I feel very strongly that if things go south it will be 100% my fault, and at this point I am ready to do all the big relationship things down the road (gonna wait til she turns 30 for the really big one, if you know what I mean). I essentially have partner-finding fatigue. sure, there's thicker booties and bigger boobies out there, but I just don't care. I don't want to have anymore 'getting to know you' or 'playing/tricking/testing' phases with a new person. I have a great person... I don't need to figure anything else out.
sheesh, I'm supposed to be working from home today! Billie's posts got me all reflective.
np: Louis Armstrong Plays W. C. Handy