Put down the boytoy and noone will get hurt!
Friday, April 26, 2013
Sorry I've been so out of the loop! Been very busy with cleaning the house for showings, personal training and the craziness that is my dating life. Well Mario the boytoy and I had such a rocky relationship. He wanted alot more than I could give and he is waaay too immature for me. He doesn't even understand that he has to bring something to the table but he can't hold a steady job, doesn't have a car, cellphone always gets cut off, blah blah blah. I still couldn't tear myself off of him due to our physical attraction to each other. It was fun but it had to end! I figured the only way I could do this is if I had a new distraction. Everyone was telling me to try online dating but I was terrified of it. You always hear the horror stories. Well I decided to try Plenty of Fish and have had some pretty good success with it. Haven't gone on a date with anyone yet, but I get alot of interest. You would not beleive how many young guys like cougars! I've had to tell a couple of them that I've already tried that and they are just too young for me. It's time for me to try a more mature guy. So I'm talking with several men that are interesting. the oldest one is 57 and looks and talks like a professor. Very refreshing! I work at a huge employer in town and when he mentioned on his profile that he would like a first date to entail lunch downtown and hand holding in a park that I know is near where I work. We have over 19,000 employees so I knew it was likely he was a coworker and yes, he does work here! So funny! We are both fascinated with each otherand have met on premises but have not gone on a real date yet. I dont' think sitting in the work cafeteria and covertly holding hands counts.
I suggested that we review the fraternization policy together and he suggested that we do that in a private office.
By his photo I first thought he was faculty but he's a computer programmer. Let's see where this goes!
I also noticed that he has lost a significant amount of weight himself so he understands my fear of going out to restaurants. He should be much more supportive than a boytoy who could eat junk all day and still weigh 153!