“one of the reasons some people still risk the possible horror of a first date is the possible magic of the goodnight kiss at the front door.”
well, ladies and gents, i didn’t have my front door last night, but things had gone so well that, to spoil the end for you, there was magic when he walked me to my car, and i’m still smiling because of it.
i think i had forgotten how well a first date could go, and this fellow reminded me that it can be easy and enjoyable and so refreshing that you look forward to date two. well, it’s a relief to know that all those other mediocre dates weren’t something wrong with me; they just weren’t the right matches. not everything works out, and as he and i agreed, everything happens for a reason. we meet who we meet for some underlying purpose that might not yet be realized, and if we have enough patience and perspective, we might be able to see it soon.
this post is a brief one, for i don’t want to jinx the good mojo that’s here, but to those of you treading the single dating waters out there, keep on keepin’ on. if nothing else, you’ll always have a good story to tell.