All dressed up for my big date with nowhere to go
If dating were that easy, we’d all be married to Mr./Ms. Right, in perfect relationships, and there would be no need for Match Maker Monday. Since it’s not that easy, you end up with dates like mine last Thursday.
I was so excited to meet Erik. I didn’t even get nervous until late afternoon this time. I got home from work, got ready (wearing above ensemble) and headed out to Six Penn Kitchen for my Big Date. This time, my date beat me there and I went upstairs to meet him. When I found our table, he was looking out the window. As he turned around…..GASP! Not cute at all! What a bummer. I figured I’d make the most of it, maybe he’d turn out to be a really great guy and his personality would win me over.
What a DISASTER! I have had better conversations with my drywall. Even though Erik was nice the poor guy had no personality. At first I thought it was his nerves but after we talked I asked him 100 questions to avoid the awkward silence, it was abundantly clear….. no match for this Monday. After 90 minutes, I figured I’d take the humane route, and bow out early. We shook hands, said “it was nice to meet you,” and went our separate ways.
BTW- He mentioned in conversation that this was his 11th date!!! Hmmm….
Before I even went out with Erik, IJL set me up on my next date. We are going for after-work drinks this Wednesday at a location TBD. Here are his stats:
- Name- Jason (I have a thing for Jasons by the way)
- Age- 30
- Appearance- Brown hair, green eyes, 5’11”, fit
- Occupation- Physical Therapist
- Background- Played baseball and football in college, Bachelors degree in Engineering, Pittsburgh native
- Interests- Sports and travel
I am quickly learning that not everything IJL tells me about my dates is true so this information will have to be verified. However, my consultant did say that Jason is much more outgoing, fun, and similar to Coach than Erik was. I am optimistic about this one so wish me luck again!