This breakup isn't really just about getting over this one person (Putter), I think it’s getting over a string of serial relationships layered one on top of the other. Each time, I thought I’d figured out something that made THIS ONE different, a different combination to the lock that finally opened the safe and the incredible reward was inside waiting for me. Ya, notsomuch.
So today, I've worked a full day of work, cooked dinner, helped the boys with homework, and started working on my bedroom redecorating project. I’m trying to move forward with my life and make healthy decisions and stick to my new year’s resolutions and keep myself in check. Writing this blog has already been one of the best things I have ever done. I’ve already met so many amazing friends who I’ve come to be close to, many others just a couple steps away. I’ve learned that many of the experiences and feelings I’ve had are universal to women and men. We all at our core want to be loved and wanted, but why is it so hard to find that and more importantly how do we keep it?
I hate to say it but I am really excited about a guy from the dating site who has been contacting me who seems really great. He’s a scientist, highly educated, good looking, a little geeky, but very sensitive. My only concern is that he might be a little too shy for me or won’t fit into my social life. It’s too early to decide that now, so I’ll keep an open mind. There is something really different about him and drawing me to him. So, I was excited to hear from him today. I have this fantasy replaying that I go to his workplace - a lab. He's there in a white lab coat, sees me and takes off his glasses. He then slides test tubes and beakers and all kinds of science stuff off the slate lab table and just has his way with me. (kinda geekyhot, huh? lol)
The Single Mom
Next time: What happens this weekend... I'll kiss and tell.. or...