The greatest night of my life.  

rm_LoyalCumpany 46M
2036 posts
3/28/2006 9:37 pm

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4/26/2008 4:58 pm

The greatest night of my life.

Yes it involved sex, and it was great, but that's not exactly what I mean. Read on, but first, a word about these networks.

I chatted a while with a female from this site, not about sex but just about life. She's a damn fine woman and because I respect her like all women, she will remain anonymous. I asked her if she would be on my network and she said hell no. She was vehement. After hearing her explanation, I completely understood and now I'm thinking they aren't the greatest. I guess if I saw a woman's profile and she had like 200 network friends, that'd be more of a turnoff in my opinion, but that's me. I suppose there's guys and girls out there who don't care, but for someone who's averaged somewhere around (with rounding) one woman for every 2 years of his life, too many more than me is a little scary. There's a reason I'm D&D free, and that's one. I am included on someone's network, but still have no idea why she invited me. She seems like a great gal, but the few messages we exchanged were purely platonic, more of me asking what to do on this site to get noticed. Maybe that was one way?

On to the real story. I received an email today from a woman I haven't seen in months. When I first met her, the timing couldn't have been worse. I had just gone through my shitty breakup and she was getting ready to move to Chicago in a month. We spent the most amazing month together, and spent the most romantic night together I have ever had. We both got all dressed up, her in this amazing dress and me in my suit. I took her out for dinner to a place she wanted to go in Tempe, expensive as hell but worth it. We ate good grub and drank some bottle of wine (I'm no connoisseur, hardly ever drink wine, but it was great stuff). After dinner we walked around the ASU campus. The campus was almost deserted, just a few people here and there. It was summertime, just cool enough to be comfortable in long sleeves, so I gave her my jacket to keep warm. She put it around her shoulders, took her high heels off, and we strolled the sidewalks talking about our lives, hopes, dreams. As we walked and talked, she would occasionally stop and point to buildings she had attended classes in. This went on for hours, just us talking and walking, stopping occasionally to sit and talk, until we were sober enough to leave. We then went back to my place and had some more wine, and things went on from there. Since I don't think anyone reads this anyway, I won't go into details. All I'll say is even after having 2 children (who I could have fallen in love with too, cutest kids), she has the most amazing body, and to this day I regret we had such a short time together.

Now that she's moved away, I'd be real surprised that she hasn't met someone else, because she's a wonderful girl. At the time I was trying to convince myself she wasn't a rebound girl, and she was probably doing the same and getting ready to move. I suppose there's a chance she's unattached, and I can always hope, but I seriously doubt it.

So that's the closest I've gotten to actually posting one of my erotic encounters so far. Like I said, if I ever got the idea people actually read this stuff instead of "viewing" it, I'll go into detail. Otherwise the stories remain mine.

I am JoJo the Circus Boy!

velvethandsNZ 68M

4/25/2006 9:56 pm

I Read it - it was well written and a nice story. Good on yer M8

rm_LoyalCumpany replies on 4/26/2006 3:37 am:
Thanks. Nights like those don't fade from memory, do they?

miab78 50F

4/26/2008 3:49 pm

I had to go back to your beginning here. I knew I was right about you. LC, have you even tried to find her? I haven't gotten further up than this, so this may be a question answered later on, but if not...I'm willing to bet that if you remember this night so well, she does also. You're a great guy, yet you haven't found "the one", maybe she hasn't either. Maybe because they were left on the campus at ASU.


Miracles come in moments. Be ready and willing...Wayne Dyer

Luck and love to all,

rm_LoyalCumpany replies on 4/26/2008 4:01 pm:
I still talk to her now and again. I should completely let go of her, but I never can.

amoldenough 69F
16436 posts
4/26/2008 4:41 pm

I would come right out and pursue it, if she doesn't have anyone in her life. Better to do it than to regret it!

"Don't cry because it's over; smile because it happened."

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