Yes, Im going to say it too  

SaucyNSassy 39F
2021 posts
1/1/2006 1:01 am

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Yes, Im going to say it too

Happy New Year!!! Why wouldn't I say it? Everyone else
Okay, well this year I was pretty busy. I did a lot but to sum it up for you...
I stopped seeing a loser, few mths later fell madly in love, almost left my husband, ended that relationship and broke my heart into a million pieces...
Met an amazing man who lives 4,000 miles away who I can't imagine never meeting. He makes me laugh and smile and has the sexiest voice I have ever heard in my life. DAMN the Atlantic!
I have become such great friends with a few men who I am blessed to have in my life. I also lost a friend this year who I thought was a real friend but to my dismay, I was wrong and these friends have really been there for me and taken her place. (in a way)
I met men who realized that meeting a woman doesn't mean you have to fuck her... There are actually a few men in the world who I can be friends with without them trying to attack me the entire time we are together....
This is getting longer than expected...
How was your year? Break any hearts? Get your heart broken? Fallen in love???

Happy New Year Everyone.... I hope that this is your BEST year ever!!!

Dallas_Male_35 47M
255 posts
1/1/2006 2:39 am

Happy New Year, Sassy!

2005 was my year to take it easy. I slacked off and didn't do anywhere near as much of anything as I should have. It was just break time. 2006 will be "catch up" time. . . . and maybe even get ahead a little.

I didn't break any hearts, and mine was broken 8 years ago, so since then, there hasn't been much to hurt, really.

I don't have anything to give . . . so it's impossible to break what's not there, yanno?!

I was told this year that I have a wall around me so thick that nobody can "get in." I was told it's so thick you can't break it. So wide you can't go around it, so tall, you can't climb over it, and so deep rooted, you can't dig under it . . . . . to which I replied to the girl that said that was, that there was no gate either, and not to plan on getting to the other side. lol

2005 was my goal to become debt free. I did that, now, 2006 is my year to decide if I want to keep my job, or if I want to move on. I've only had two employers in all my adult life, so I'm going to make some serious decisions.

I hope you have a great 2006. You deserve it.

rm_longliner002 50M
227 posts
1/1/2006 5:23 am

Happy New Year, Sassy
My year was great when my divorce was final.
I went to work with a smile you couldn't wash off with bleach and a brillo pad.I made a few friends on line,I hope to meet one of them
who lives in Europe for a weekend.

jadedbabe78 106F

1/1/2006 6:20 am

Happy New Year!

And you know, I feel as if I could have written half of your post, too, lol. Weird. We could recycle parts of blogs and just slap them up and call it good when we feel lazy, hahaha.

I almost left my other half--because I was fed up, beat down, and feeling broken from it being a one sided deal (cold, emotionless, asshole is basically how he was). We fought and made up though, few days later got engaged. Little leary of it all, people don't change overnight, even when they claim they'll change. Geesh, the tension was so bad for awhile, I did horrible this past semester, dropped one class and failed another. *Did* pass two.

Yeah, damn Atlantic--I don't have that problem, but I feel your pain .

I got stoned by my other halfs family for being quiet. They misinterpreted that as being rude, disprespectful, and think that I think I'm better than them. I *didn't* think that until I heard the low class message on my machine--now I do because of the manner it was done. Bastards.

Men can be friends without wanting to fuck. Well, they may still want too, but they have the mindset to know it doesn't have to happen to stick around and be a friend.

I moved from Colorado to Indiana--no heartbreaks, no loves--just gave a blow job that somehow resulted in a cracked rib (lol--you read that right---it was the oddest thing.)

Ok, before I write a novel right here, have a great Year, may you figure out how to get across the Atlantic .

SpaceRangerNJ 55M
4687 posts
1/1/2006 6:50 am

Happy New Year to you as well.
Realized in 2005 I needed more and became less afraid of what I might have to do to get it.

Became more attentive to my own needs. She's invited but if she doesn't want to come along, I'm going anyway.

Met 1 new friend this year. Her heart belongs to another so I'll never know if it could have been more. Good friend just the same.

Started off 2006 lonelier than ever. Very sad.

Maybe this year will be the year.

That's what these artificial new beginnings are about; Hope of things to come. Right now, though, I don't have much.

Fear not, I will not be in the dumps long. Just a phase caused by this time of year when we seem to want someone special all the more.

*this isn't silly at all, I wish he'd stop it* whispered softly

Bye for now.

rm_Ptalk1155 34M
3450 posts
1/1/2006 8:50 am

Happy New Year!

im_your_man77 39M
961 posts
1/1/2006 11:23 am

Okay let's take this section by section shall we.

Happy new year to you too.

Sucks to be the loser. He really lost out when you moved on. Need some super glue for the repair job?

Lucky bugger isn't he, well minus the Atlantic of course.

While she lost out, your new friends gained.

Men who don't expect to fuck? You gotta be kidding me!

The longer the better, I would be a hypocrite if I said anything else wouldn't I?

Good. Nope. Nope. Maybe...

Best year ever? Damn, sheesh, we can hope.

rm_mrbuns1000 40M
38 posts
1/1/2006 3:59 pm

Saucy i had a good 2005 i met you so it cant be all bad : ) i only found out tonight that you were married lucky guy getting to fall asleep beside you every night.

I hope 2006 brings you everything you deserve


SaucyNSassy 39F

1/3/2006 9:46 pm

Dallas, Happy New Year!!! That wall you have around you is keeping you from being truly happy and fulfilled. My goal,(If I were your gf) would be to break it and I would..bc I tend to get what I want.

Long, I wanna go to Europe!!! Congrats on ur divorce! Lucky You!

Jaded, I need to read all of your blogs... I need to read a lot of peoples blogs but yours are my immediate goal. lol. Since it will be like reading my own thoughts. However, no I have never broken a rib while giving a blow job...damn, girl you really got into it, huh? lol
Just don't marry the man yet if you are leery of the situation with him. Thanks for the wishes, if only the Atlantic would freeze

SR, You will find someone wonderful this year and then you can look fwd to celebrating the new year with her!

PTalk, Happy New Year Sweetie!

Man77, mmm... No super glue needed, I don't want him back. I think he's a lucky I love the Scots! I think my new friends gained. I do miss my old friend but I know the end of our friendship was for the best. I am sure this will be your best year ever... (I'm going to work on it!)

SFitWoman, Thank you So much! I wish you the same!

Buns, You are SO nice to say that! Why are all the fabulous and amazing menin the freaking U.K.??? SHARE with Texas, dammit!!! (there are a few here too, I was blessed to find them. ) As for the "lucky guy" he doesn't get to fall asleep with me, I am in here when he goes to bed and believe me, he doesn't care nor does he notice. I hope the same for you dear Mr. Buns!

Thanks guys!!! (and ladies)

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