…or, “How The Keeper and USC Girl have ruined everything”
A couple of days ago, I got a message on the dating site saying that someone had selected me as a person of interest. I wrote her a pleasant note, which she replied to, and things were off to a fast start.
Already, I am feeling like this is too easy. I told DW last night “The new girl is not asking enough questions.” One example is that there was no conversation about my status after I came out to her. To my thinking, it makes sense to ask questions like “Is there anything that I need to be doing to be respectful of, or sensitive to that issue?” That didn’t happen. For all I know, she isn’t even aware of what trans* means.
…and, she’s never been with a girl.
She’s recently divorced, and is distinctly not looking for anything serious. I’m fine with that. It would take a lot to get me to be serious about anyone but the most exceptional people right now. Honestly, just being in the outer social orbits of USC Girl (whom I may begin to call ChattingAboutHeidegger… thoughts?) and The Keeper has my want for people of substance pretty well satisfied.
I just need some freaking contact! Sex would be magnificent, but just being held, and cuddled would fill a huge empty place in my life.
I can tell you that she is …um…very actively exploring her freedom as a single person. I have a couple of concerns for that, and they are health related.
And, while easy to talk to, she isn’t a person with whom I feel I can have particularly meaningful conversation.
So, what do you think? Meet her and hope for uncommitted fun time, or take a pass and wait for someone with more potential?
Help a girl out!