In the produce department. He asked me how to tell if a melon was ripe.
That is what my official story is going to be...when people ask how I met my next boyfriend. But the truth will be I met him online. Yes. I have taken the plunge and joined an online dating site.
So far I have no horror stories. I had joined an online dating site before (a free one with a LOT of weirdos) and actually received an email message where the guy attached a picture of his nipple. Apparently he thought that would turn me on. It didn't. What it got him was blocked. I have a few hopefuls, in the beginning stages of awkward emails. I'm not looking for anything serious at the moment, but just trying to get myself out there and keeping busy. If I find Mr. Right, then cool, if I don't, that's cool too.
I managed to only get pictures of my lunch yesterday, somehow breakfast and dinner escaped my camera's watchful eye. Ok...the truth is that I had the same thing I have for breakfast everyday and dinner was a repeat of the chicken lime burger from Trader Joe's the other night washed down with some of the leftover cookie dough from Tuesday's binge. Lunch was the leftover flatbread from Aquitaine and a bowl full of raw veggies.
After dinner, I did some speedwork on the treadmill at the gym. I can't wait to be able to get back to the track for my speedworkouts, but alas, it's too dark out by the time I'm ready to run. Hopefully it will be light enough when I get back from DC. Next week I add another half mile to my Tuesday/Thursday runs and I'm looking forward to it. I am at 3.5 miles now and I'm getting to the point where it feels like it's not enough, so I will be happy to push it a little bit more next week. (Knock on wood) but this is the best training program that I've done. I don't have any pains or blisters and I'm ecstatic. Let's hope this keeps up!
Have you ever tried online dating? Any horror stories?