It’s weird to think that this whole blog started several years ago with funny musings about my dating horror stories. I used to post little funny snippets of the horrors after getting home and debriefing my friends. And the response that I got was that my stories were so insane that it was time for me to write a book. Instead I decided to write a blog.
And man, I love to write. To lose myself and my readers in the journey of a good story- especially if laugher is involved. There’s truly something powerful and remarkarable about the art of storytelling.
But we are now in the place of 2 years in the future of my last date! The last date that I went on was so amazing that I stopped dating altogether when it didn’t work out!
Ok not entirely the truth, but there’s an element of truth to it because I did come across one of the most incredible men 2 years ago and going on a few dates that didn’t work out turned out to be one of the hardest things to get past surprisingly.
But here I am, covid-19 being still present but also a thing of the past. Four years of being hung up on one guy is also in the past. I’ve become incredibly self-sufficient and so freaking happy. I’m literally living the life I’ve hoped and prayed for. Dream job. Great friends. What could be missing.
Nevertheless, if you are following along for the dating journey, you will begin to see more of that over the next few months I hope as I dip my toes back into the piranha infested dating pool.
So this is also your moment- if you know a tall, handsome, single fellow open to a set up send him my way!
I say all this just to check in and mention that after four months of silence, I’m doing my best to get back into the game and journal out the adventures and escapades I’ll be encountering I’m sure as I venture back into the dating pool.
My therapist suggests farmers markets, coffee shops, bars, and grocery stores. My comfort zone says Hinge and Bumble…. But what are some of your favorite ways to connect with new people that I should try out??