I haven’t found Mr. Right. Nor have I found Mr. Almost Right. And I haven’t found Mr. Not-Right-Yet-I’ll-Take-Him Anyway.
Yes I’ve tried–OKCupid, Chemistry, How About We, Plenty of Fish, eHarmony, and Match–I’ve tried them all.
I only met one guy in person. He was a personal trainer yet curiously wasn’t certified as a personal trainer.
In his profile photos he had black hair. In person he had gray hair. So his photos were 10 years old.
His online requirement was that he sought to meet:
“An intelligent woman who loves life and likes to laugh.”
Though I fit this criteria he wasn’t interested in me. He acted like I was a charity case–like he was doing me a favor sending me messages.
To meet him in person I wore a sleeveless denim dress with an ombre hem and cut-out back like a keyhole. I had on navy-strap platform sandals.
His idea of “intelligent” involved reading James Patterson novels.
This date took place 3 years ago. It’s the only time I’ll spill details about a person.
After I met this guy the better highlight of that day was shopping at a fish market to pick up dinner.
It pays to stock up on plenty of fish in your refrigerator when you dine alone.
I turn 55 in the spring and will be treating myself to a birthday feast for dinner in my apartment.
Complete with a new set of flatware, dishes, and cloth napkin.
And yes a lobster tail should I be able to get one.
Serve yourself. Don’t wait for a mate.
Get dolled up and dine like you’re in a restaurant when you’re at home.