**Tomorrow more pic's from Hotel San Carlos hunt and some about Dan the "Lucky Bastard" who joined us.**
Jeez, a lot of ya’all are people I email on the side. You probably know how my professional life is growing leaps and bounds and yet my personal life is taking a decided nosedive.
That said, where else can a person go and ask for support than on a blog? After all, if Julie and I’s project Hug-A-Blogger takes off, we will be proving the very point I’m making here; that the blog world can change your personal world.
So, here’s what I wanted to ask. Would you date me? No, no, you don’t need to literally date me. What I want to know is do I have qualities that would make me marketable should I find myself on the market?
I guess this is the place where I’m supposed to describe myself for perspective suitors.
How does someone categorize Autumnforest?
An excellent and healthy cook, gives wonderful massages and foot rubs and, well, sexually expressive
Loves entertaining, gardening, watching horror movies, Halloween, abandoned places, graveyards, ghost hunting (duh), skinnydipping, dancing and singing like a mad woman (when no one is listening or watching), reading, writing horror, and MST 3000’ing bad movies
My strong points are that I’m spontaneous, demonstrative, huggy, happy, goofy, excellent sense of humor, childlike, creative, intelligent, tender-hearted, a great life coach
My weak points are that I’m not good at owning or expressing anger, I drink beer from the bottle and I occasional use swear words when appropriate
What should the man offer? Unfortunately, I never asked myself this (the very problem here). How interesting to be the one to put attributes that are a must before a male audience:
A man who would call me pet names like “honey” and “babe” and doesn’t mind holding hands in public, loves kissing and necking and has a strong sexual drive, would hold me in his arms and make me feel safe and loved. It would help if he can be a goofy kid and also a responsible adult, shouldn’t mind shooting baskets until the sun goes down and then sneaking into an abandoned site along a roadside or go on a spontaneous ghost hunt for the weekend, enjoy horror and reading, open-minded, non-religious, nonsmoking, no drugs, social drinker but not out to get drunk
So, am I dateable? I haven’t been on a date since I was 16. I guess you can add “painfully devoted” to the list of my weaknesses.