After all, chemistry can take a little time to develop, right? When I reach out (yes, via text) day of to confirm, he says he ‘totally forgot’ we had plans and asks to reschedule. On the rescheduled day, S initially texts to say we’re on for dinner.Then, a few hours later, he texts again, saying– “You’re not going to believe this, but I have close out a business event tonight so I have to cancel. What I was sure about was that S probably felt my reticence and was accordingly blowing me off.Bachelor #2, Randy, was very obviously from the get go just looking for uncomplicated fun.
I’m excited to continue in that same vein over on my new blog, .
Because even though I’m still a single gal in the city, ‘single’ is not the label that defines me.
It is simply a part of the shared adventure of life here in my exhilarating, frustrating and singular hometown.
Among the greatest lessons I’ve learned from being a single gal in what is arguably the toughest dating market on Planet Earth–never give up. We can’t give up.” I’ve often said that, for all its convenience, texting has become the death of romance.
As my favorite TV hero from ABC’s “What’s a great love story without obstacles to overcome? The flip side—it also makes it much easier to detect when someone you’re dating isn’t a good fit.
Every fairy tale has them–terrible trials that only the worthy can transcend. Two recent dates with two bachelors I met on How About We illustrated this fact.
After going out twice with S, I wasn’t quite sure if the chemistry was there for me.
Still, at this stage of dating, I usually give it three dates before making a determination.
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As I look forward to starting my next chapter in the blogosphere, I find myself also looking back at everything I’ve experienced on and offline since launching SGITC.