Men, searching for a great woman? I am one, but even if I am not the one for you, let me help you in your adventure. I am warm, honest, fun, down to earth, sincere, and smile a lot. I believe only boring people get bored, so no matter where I go, I try to make the most of it.
Over the holidays I was beginning to feel a touch of the holiday blues knowing I did not have that someone special to share it with. After talking with a friend, I remembered how blessed I was to have so many family members and friends that love me. It’s not quite the significant other, but some people have so much less.
I was then invited to go to a singles dance. I saw many of what I call the men poker-faced men. They have straight lips, no smile, and hollow eyes, all I could think, “Do they really think they can find a woman looking like that?” So I danced with one man that cracked a little smile, I said, “You really look handsome when you smile!” He then beamed and had to tell his friend. I mentioned the poker-faced men to another man and he said, “That is the look of rejection!” I thought to myself, “Haven’t we all been rejected at one time or another?” It could be a job or love, etc. I suppose the difference between myself and those men is that I haven’t lost hope. I believe that there is someone for each of us and if you do face rejection, don’t take it personal, it just means that she wasn’t the right one for you.
So my advice to you, is be confident and put on your best smile because first impressions can make or break a woman’s interest. In addition, if you have nothing to talk about, pick up the newspaper, watch the news, or read the current events over the internet. Don’t be a bore, make yourself interesting! Meantime, have a fabulous year and a wonderful adventure! :-)
I'd like to meet for coffee to see if there is any chemistry. If all goes well maybe spend a day playing tourist in San Francisco and catch the cable car, walk around Ghiraldeli Square and the warf, have lunch or dinner.