"Just When I think I'm Out, They Pull Me Back In"  

LilBlondeNZ 40F
1259 posts
10/30/2005 9:03 pm
"Just When I think I'm Out, They Pull Me Back In"

Happy halloween, Blog City. I came back for the dual purpose of checking my standard mail and to check my old favorite blogs to see what's been going on in the past 2 months while I've been away.

And like a moth to a flame, I'm sitting here again with my little blank text box begging to be filled with whatever random thoughts are pouring through my head... cursor seducing me with it's suspensefully slow blink... blink...blink.

So here's the update on my life for the past two months. Quit AdultFriendFinder, swore off meaningless sex, searched for a more meaningful romantic existence, got burned by 3 men in the process (working on the fourth), moved to a beautifully deserted beach town (broken heart was not causal yet coincidental). Went on a tame dating site, but found it to be very lame. Put together some IKEA furniture. Looked into becoming a Buddhist nun, found out that it required me to shave my head so I had to abandon that idea. Decided to buy a motorcycle and go for a different kind of Zen instead (seems like a better religion). Counted the days until graduation. Tango-ed. Went to some good parties, went to some lame parties. Went on many first dates, considerably less second ones. Which is good because then it cuts down on the "picking out of the third date outfit" dilemma. I can just keep to 2 outits and not have to worry about find another combination of a top and bottom that actually look good. Laughed at my new super gay roommate singing Cher in the tub...

"Do you believe in life after love?"

"I can hear something inside me say I really dont think youre strong enough'


Fabulous. Just fabulous.

rm_mtnravyn 60M
890 posts
10/31/2005 4:57 am

Yes there is life after love and probably even love after life. I perused your blogs before replying and know that lack of strength is not the issue. More a natural intuitive need to recoup the spirit and attitude before returning to the fray that our society calls dating or "soulmate seeking." LOL Milady just keep on enjoying your life and maintain th at healthy cynicism. Gibran said that our pain carves out the cup which will contain our joy.

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