Yeah, apparently everyone wants to ride the D-Train. I went out the other night with some friends. We sat down at the local tavern just in time to hear a musician whip out his guitar and start to play. HE WAS THE SPITTING IMAGE OF GORDON “I wouldn’t feed that to a DOG!” RAMSEY! He made a beeline for me, asked me my name and told me I could request ANY song I liked. He headed back to the microphone and he said, “I’m K___ R____ and that’s Donna!” The night was spent listening to Monkees, Neil Diamond, Elvis Presley and Buddy Holly. I think I was the only one having a great time.
Wait, it gets better. A woman came over to me in the middle of his set.
“Girlie, stay away from him! He’s MARRIED AND he’s got a floozie on the side! I can’t bear to see this LOVE DEVIL get his claws into another girl!”
I faked shock and disappointment and told her I would be careful. I left early so I don’t know what interesting things might have happened had I stayed. Oh well.
My second eHarmony date occurred yesterday. It went fine. He was quite a bit shorter than me and he had two children by two different women. Couple that with no common interests or attraction… I won’t be returning his texts.
I have another eHarmonny date lined up for tomorrow. I don’t know what the difference is but I am enjoying this experience a lot more than I did the last time. Lisa and Mom say it’s because I am a totally different person now, more confident and less needy. I think it’s just the demographic. Men in their early 30’s still want cheerleaders… men in their forties are just grateful for anyone. Whatever the case, I am feeling very hopeful at this point. Fingers crossed it continues!