I’m a 35 year old female and a professional who is simply on a quest to find my partner in crime or as they say my better half. I’m not desperate, but I am a hopeless romantic. I compare dating as if I was I was unemployed. I’m not going to get a job if I just sit home and cry about it. Instead I have to spread the word, network, put my resume out there, interview and eventually land my dream job. The older I get the harder it is to find quality men that are on the same page as myself. My requirements are now better defined and I would like to say that after many, many, many years…I know what I want. It doesn’t mean I choose wisely all the time but I definitely have learned from past experiences and mistakes. Now a days I have to do research, hypothesize and finally make conclusions based on my dates. I don’t have a good streak at meeting people outside of the virtual world. I’ve been told I’m unapproachable, mean or intimidating. And believe it or not, I’m shy and don’t know how to approach a man. (I’m working on those skills haha) Hence, why I’ve become open minded and allow myself to endure online dating and other miscellaneous activities. You name it, I’ve done it from being set up on blind dates, speed dating, boat cruise dating, match.com, eharmony, Pof. Granted I would never do all of these at same time because I would completely lose my mind. Dating seems like it has become my p/t job and at times it really does suck being single. But instead of being a Debbie downer and get upset, I’ve learned to embrace being alone and to be happy with myself and whatever situation I’m in.
Throughout my life I’ve collected unforgettable and entertaining experiences. And I’ve always loved to share my single, dating, and relationship stories with my close friends. I constantly tell my friends I can’t make this stuff up even if I wanted to. I enjoy making people laugh, learn and have them relate with what I’m going through. One day I just decided that I would like to share these unbelievable stories with the world. And what better way to do it than to start a blog. Blogging has been therapeutic for me because it helps me not dwell on the negative experiences and spin them into learning ones. Life can sometimes take unexpected turns and it’s in our control to make the best of it. When you find or have love, love that person as if you’ve never been hurt before. So enjoy, laugh a little, cry a little and share your crazy stories too!!!!