I’m back from my South American business trip -- it was a great time, not as stressful as past business trips have been. Too much booze and meat consumption, however!
Alas, there were no encounters with sexy South American men, but there was that fun night with Quasi Ex during my stopover…
As expected, there just wasn’t enough time together, only a few hours – but the time we did have was incredibly hot. I don’t see him as boyfriend material, but it would be nice to get together more often for a spontaneous tete a tete. Alas, he’s a three-hour flight away.
In other dating news:
Good Voice: we had that one good date (#105), then I went out of town – and this week he’s away, but we made plans to get together when he gets back. He made it pretty clear that he’s looking forward to a second date.
Other New Guy: we have plans for this week. His profile seems to indicate that he’s not looking for anything serious at the moment – and I feel that I could use just a bit of fun for now – so from here on in, let's call him Fun Bobby.
Young Musician: I haven’t decided what to do about this situation yet. I could meet him for a drink, and just see what happens. Could be interesting, yes?
Would love to get your thoughts on this: (as usual, I’m overthinking things!)
When TC and I ended things over a month ago, I told him that I’d like to possibly be friends down the road, but for now, we should just have some distance. He said fine, best of luck, etc.
Well – I was pretty surprised to get a mass e-mail from him the other day, reaching out to his friends in his search for a new apartment. I mentioned it to a friend, adding that he probably just sent it to his whole address book – her response was that this sort of thing is seldom an accident. He could have easily have chosen not to include me in that list. In NO way do I think this is an effort on his part to rekindle things – but still, WTF?
One thing I do know for sure – it jolted me a bit with the realization that I’m not entirely over him yet. Crap. These days, I find that I don’t think about him that much, but when I do, it leaves me feeling quite melancholy.
For the record, I have no plans to respond to his e-mail. Not now.