Sometimes a sentence is all it takes...  

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6/6/2006 9:21 pm

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6/6/2006 9:25 pm

Sometimes a sentence is all it takes...


I often like to think back to how things were before I was paroled (separated - trust me, it's an appropriate word). My life now has basically been turned upside-down from what it used to be (that's a good thing). Most of the memories of the last several months are great. I've learned a lot. I've done more than I ever dreamed, and I've been with a few incredible women that have each done things to change my life forever.

I met W through a woman I can now proudly call my friend. W had a business need I could fill and we started talking. It started out innocently enough, we had both recently had whirlwind "relationships" that affected us deeply. She had apparently been hiding her emotions behind a wall for years, not allowing anyone to get through and get close to her.

It wasn't until I started reading the emails we had passed that it hit me...

Here's what I sent her...

Just lookin' at previous emails...

Did you notice that you're kinda opening up to me?
Maybe your experience put a few cracks in the wall...


After that, we spent hours talking on the phone and eventually met in person to "talk business".
Well, we never got around to talking business, but the time we spent together was incredible.

She's one of the reasons I joined AdultFriendFinder. I figured if I could make a connection with her, without seeing her, without meeting her, I could meet a few women on AdultFriendFinder. Sometimes a sentence is all it takes. I haven't been disappointed (perhaps there is something to the personality profiles - I'm now considered a "mystic writer").

Every woman I've met so far on AdultFriendFinder has in some way changed me (including my neighbor, who loves to see that I mentioned her in my blog). Even the woman I will be meeting for the first time soon has put a smile on my face. Change is good. For the ladies I've already met, thank you... for everything. For the ladies I hope to meet, I'll be thanking you in person...

Have you been changed by a simple sentence?

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