...and he's off again....  

TammyDHU 46F  
972 posts
1/28/2006 9:48 pm

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2/26/2007 11:36 pm

...and he's off again....

He calls me tonight. I have just gotten home after seven hours of the most agonizing computer-related tax problems on the planet.

Naturally since I did not bother to wash either my hair nor my feet this morning, I should have known he was going to call me tonight.

He is chatty on the phone, more so than usual.

And he comes by and is even chattier!!

Strange new aspect in a man that I first came to know as so much differently many years ago.

Well he left....saying he might come back. He likes to take a warm shower sometimes in my place...

I gave him three hours.

In the meantime I shall drink my wine, and worry not....

corvairguy 66M

1/29/2006 7:06 pm

This is different and makes one ponder what the meaning might be, if there is one.


rm_w0lf20015 60M

1/29/2006 11:31 pm

Cheers Tammy, the world is your oyster and you are the pearl ..lol

_CoffeeNoCream_ 54F

2/2/2006 9:50 am

cheers !

Michael4u06 63M
22 posts
2/5/2006 11:52 pm

Men and women are different and alike in both beautiful and ugly ways. I might be mistaken, but unless there is much more to he who "calls," he sounds all too familiar.

If a lover is too busy to "be there," I've found:

She may care too little for me.
She may care plenty, but she may be buried by her other obligations.
She may care plenty, but she may fear relationships.
She may be a slave to a psychological hang-up that goes like this -

"I only want you if I can't have you; because it makes me feel like I'm somebody to attain something others can't; and once I've caught you, I won't need you, except to bandage any wounds I may acquire during my next chase, or so."

If she cares too little, I could try to show her I'm worth her time, but chances are she will already be looking elsewhere, and my best efforts will only register as noise on her radar.

While pining for (a) those so buried in other obligations, they truly have no time to let me know I'm special; and (b) those who are so afraid of relationships they cannot express how they feel, I (c) find it appropriate to watch the last scene of "Gone with the wind." I'm familiar with the first 50 scenes, and so I can skip right to "The End" which is pretty much where such relationships end up.

If I think I've found a phenomenal lover who only wants those they can't have, I have two choices. Move on or play "hard to get" for as long as it lasts. The moment I stop playing and I espress my true desire for them, my lover's ego will have been fed what it was after, any further need on my part will be interpreted as "easy to get," and my services will only be needed occasionally, at an inconvenient moment's notice, on their terms.

In all four of these relationship, one might think of oneself as a free truck stop through which a trucker passes to be fed, serviced, showered, relaxed and readied, before they ride off into the sunset with someone else in the cab.

You, Tammy, appear to be a lady of considerable value. I'm not suggesting you increase your price, but you might want to raise your standard. Of all the members on this site, there must be plenty who could and would return the passion you offer; before the shower, during the shower, after the shower... and possibly through lunch the next day.

Should you wish to meet one, you have only to answer one question:

Your shower or mine?

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