Ok, I’m starting to have fun with this thing.  Today, when I got out of church, I felt like Jezebell.  I had emails from 3 different guys.  That was fun!  And I talked Mr. Kayaking on the phone.

Of the 3 emails, one was creepy weird, one was oddball weird, and one was normal weird.  I chatted with the normal weird one for a bit longer than the other two.  I have completely over-thought this so many times.  One of my dear friends, whose guidance I have sought during this new adventure, told me to “get the hell out of” my head.  So, that’s what I’m trying to do.  I chat.  I am getting better at saying “no thank you”.  I do feel a little superficial when I flip through their pictures: yes, no, yes, no, no, no, yes, no, no, no, no.  But, I have to remember – it is OK to want to be physically attracted to them, duh!  I would want them to be attracted to me.  One lady said it was OK to delete emails without a response.  I think that’s just rude.  I will respond and try to be polite even if I’m not interested.  I wouldn’t be rude to someone’s face, so it’s not right to be rude hiding behind a computer.

I just have to remember who I met & on which site I met them.  Oops…. heehee


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