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Met a guy online about 2months ago and he asked if he could call. I said yes and we had a nice talk. He seemed nervous that I would not like him and really glad that I wanted to hear from him again. After that it was all text. Saying good morning and good night sweet dreams every night and plenty of text conversations. Sharing photos. Not the sexy kind. Kept telling me how much he liked me and one day soon we are going to meet face to face. He kept addressing me as friend or my friend which I thought was a little weird. I was wondering to myself if he just wants a text buddy then suddenly last week he texts when can we meet. I said when do you like and he said tomorrow or Monday. I said I have Monday off so then. That night I was busy and did not text him. Next morning I saw his texts about do I like chocolate and what kind of flowers and where to meet and I replied. He said I thought you did not want to talk to me anymore. I said no just busy with work deadline. I said I would think about where to meet. Went to new years eve party that night and texted and shared photos with him about that. Next morning was day we were supposed to meet. He said good morning and we text chatted a bit then he said I AM going to visit my mom ttyl and nothing about meeting. So I said do you still want to meet and he said would you mind a raincheck my friend. I said you have something else to do he said yes my mom, cleaning, food shopping. I said ok. Two more days of good morning and good night then I get a text saying he wants to be honest and respectful. He has been chatting with someone else he has a strong feeling for. Told me how beautiful and smart and good I am and thanks for sharing my thoughts and time. I actually was not all that into him but still a letdown and felt like he wasted my time by expressing strong interest for months. And don’t like the way he canceled the supposed date. We are both early 50s never married.

Well, it’s time things changed. We are all living decades longer than we once did, and are staying fitter, healthier (and in some cases, friskier) further into our wisdom years than ever before. At the same time, more older adults over 55 find themselves single and looking, either through divorce or the tragic loss of a husband or wife they loved for many years.

It seems as though most people’s first reaction to meeting someone and finding out their last name is to immediately “friend” them on Facebook. After the friendship is complete, ladies go straight into your pictures looking for any recurring faces… like your ex-girlfriend. The men go straight into your pictures looking for Spring Break pictures. Both of these are wrong. Facebook is a great social networking tool, but it shouldn’t replace good old-fashioned getting to know one another.


How do i know i dating the right person

How do i know i dating the right person



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