With the Drive about to start, I need to clean up these back pages.
On Match you can send a “wink”. The recipient knows that you are interested but that you lack courage to just write a note like “hi”. Why would you do that?
Anyway, in response to one I received I wrote back:
Title: Wink That slight closing of one eye, was not due to a solitary fly. Was there too much grit in the air? Or, perhaps some reflected glare? No, it was from no other sensations than everyone's wish for new relations.
Oh, this is a good story.
I actually worry about interacting with other writers while on-line dating.
Why? What if they don’t like my material. Or worse, what if I don’t like theirs? My social skills still need improvement. The following is an example of what not to do. A lady shared a poem with me. Truly, I didn’t like it, but I didn’t outright say that. Instead I said her poem inspired me to write:
Title: Chocolate You can have some, But is too much really bad for you? Sugar and sweet is not its best form. It does go well with low lights, music and red wine. You can use it to celebrate, But it comes in handy on those down days. Brought to you, it's a big favor. Given to others, it's a great gift. I love
In (not much) time she would get angry with me.
And then I wrote another ditty, purely from the content of a profile. I love doing these and I love profiles that have enough content to inspire these. Can you imagine the inspiration of being around her a lot? Well, keep imagining, she didn’t respond.
Title: Wonders Hot air balloons launching at dawn. Little fuzzy cygnets following the swan. Winter sleigh ride in New York City. A ball of twine entangling a kitty. Fireworks exploding to gasps and glee. Aruba's pink sands framing the sea. Wonders come in many forms and sights. Wonders are everywhere causing delight.