Late at night is not a good time.....  

islandgirll01956 60F
25 posts
1/14/2006 1:17 am

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Late at night is not a good time.....


Here it is late at night (early in the morning, actually) and that is the worst time for me. I hate being alone, or the idea of being alone. I like a nice easy going relationship, but not smothering either. 24/7 is a bit much, however, knowing there is someone that will pick up a phone and call you, or that you can pick up a phone and call them, just to say hello and share your day. Maybe even a meet for a quick cup of coffe. Does this make sense?

semperfi2u 46M
129 posts
1/14/2006 4:01 am

Of course it does and if you really want it, it will come true. Welcome to Blogville, most of your neighbors here are friendly, open, and sharing. You won't be lonely anymore.


HeardLankaMalls 55M
2925 posts
1/14/2006 5:13 am

It's always nice to have someone to talk with and share your thoughts and desires and worries and successes. Keep looking and see what develops.

And as semperfi stated, welcome to blogland! After awhile here, you will feel right at home.


kyplowboy22 61M

1/14/2006 7:17 am

Welcome to Blogland. Hope you find many new friends here and have a grand time. Stop bt for a visit sometime.

kpb


passionmouth 47M

1/14/2006 7:35 am

Hi islandgirl! You're right on, but don't think those feelings are abnormal. If you didn't feel that way, then maybe you should be concerned. I'm age 36, but one of my best buddies wife died unexpectedly. He would call or I would call him, 4-5 nights (and still do) to talk. He was a bit older, 4 sons but in college or out of "the nest. We call each other if the history channel, AMC movies, read something or just for him to have someone to chat with. He's catholic and we also don't agree on politics, so we don't discuss the priesthood, politics, Iraq or women. If he knew I was on AdultFriendFinder he'd give me a lecture. we do jokingly discuss"covet". It's good for me also, because of "work pressure(real or imagined) on my part. he and I live about 75 miles apart in rural pennsylvania, but I visit him often. w'ere st. not anything along that line. you're VERY normal, but finding that sensitive person will happen. Be patient, read yourself to sleep, classical music. they are my two outlets if I need them, to sleep. Hang in there Luv; you're at a great age for going forward. Ted


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