That was what Match.com told me when I sat down with a coworker yesterday and pulled up the profile of the adorable mandolin-playing skeeballer I went out with two weeks ago. I wish I had more news to share with you all, but I am still awaiting our second date. He’s away snowboarding this week and I’m told that it’s never a good idea to put all my eggs in one basket so I’ve been reluctantly winking at some online folks and smiling at cute strangers to help pass the time. But what I’m really hoping for is confirmation that I’m not the only one who felt a spark on our first date.
In many ways, I’m the same girl who secretly loved it when boys snapped my bra in middle school because it meant they were interested. When it comes to dating, I’m constantly amazed that I revert back to a time when I was the most insecure.
Why does this happen?
I’d still like to go out with Ethan again, but I am disappointed it’s taken him so long to get in touch. If he were really interested, he would have contacted me in some way, right?
I wish this one would snap my bra.
“Active within 24 hours” means he has internet access. It also means he’s trolling around for other women online. It’s already Thursday and if he was hoping to see me this weekend, he’s out of luck now. I’m sad to say that not only am I beginning to lose interest, but it appears he has, too.
In other news, I text messaged Jim to check in and he said I was inspiration for a tune he’s writing. I thought this was very sweet, but I had to make sure it wasn’t called “Charlotte is a Whoreface.” He reassured me that it isn’t, so awwww!
I was also interviewed for Single Edition Media this week. Please stop by and read my solo spotlight here!