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pic     Looks like “Stuart” from Concord (with his baseball cap) is going to be date #1. We’ve both finished all the “guided” communications (that’s when you send each other a bunch of multiple choice answers to things), and the next step will have to be a (omg, are you kidding? this is getting much too serious. My feet are cold.) phone call.

We‘re not 100% compatible. But I’m thinking: a) who is? and b)I’m really lonely, although not lonely enough to repeat ex-fiance’s experience of drama and horribleness.

He does love ballet, opera, and fine dining, which I’m happy about.  

He has no use for pets, though, which may be a problem. Depends on if he just ignores them or if he totally dislikes them. We’ll see. This could be a deal-breaker.

More to come.

Peace,
Suzann
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      Tuliplady wrote Dec 11, 2010
    • A man who like opera and ballet and will admit to it?  That’s a pretty rare find!

      If the phone call seems just way too serious, why not just do like the kids do and text?

      Good luck.



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      Suzann wrote Dec 11, 2010
    • Thanks, Tulip! You‘re right about the opera and ballet thing. You’ll flip, but I’ve never learned how to text. ohhhh I don’t think my phone texts. But email I could do!!!



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      Vikki Hall wrote Dec 11, 2010
    • The opera and ballet are not deal breakers for me..... however the pet thing is!



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      Suzann wrote Dec 11, 2010
    • Vikki, yes, for sure!

      A “funny” bit: On his questionaire he said he wants someone who is emotionally healthy. On my list to him I said I want someone who is emotionally healthy. Here’s the thing: I am not the poster child for emotional health. Maybe I can get that under control before I meet him!



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      Vikki Hall wrote Dec 11, 2010
    • Lol! I won’t tell your secretestatic



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      Suzann wrote Dec 11, 2010
    • Thanks, Vikki. And I’m pretty sure he won’t be lurking on Fab.40. Now I just have to remember to throw plates when I’m alone! (Only kidding. Have never thrown plates.)



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      Cheekymonkey wrote Dec 11, 2010
    • Hi Suzann,
      First who is emontionally healthy lately lol! Just dont argue with yourself in front of him lol
      And I think it is great your getting out there and I am sooooo happy for you.
      The animal thing if he can ignore I could put up with but if not well then he has to go.
      Mark hates cats (so he says as he sleeps with mine cuddled to him) so maybe its like that.
      But he adores dogs. Hmmmm
      Have a great day
      Hugs
      Cris



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      Marya1961 wrote Dec 11, 2010
    • I am keeping my fingers crossed for you, Suzann, and he may surprise you and become a real pet lover..some men will say that, then they melt when a little fur ball shows them attention.estaticestatic



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      Suzann wrote Dec 11, 2010
    • Yes, I’m hoping that he’s perhaps a closet pet person and just doesn’t know it. As long as he is a kind person, and doesn’t belittle me for my membership in the Peaceful Valley Donkey Rescue, it could work.

      Cris, that’s funny about Mark. And a good point.



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      Suzann wrote Dec 11, 2010
    • Oh, thank you...

      “Stuart” (I don’t know why I put his name in quotes) just sent another “guided message” from eHarmony, and this time we‘re getting into some deep stuff. i.e. Questions without multiple choice answers. You have to actually write an answer. I couldn’t deal with it tonight, but I’m interested. Will probably answer his questions tomorrow.

      Again, thank you all. You‘re right, we‘re beyond 40, but we‘re FABULOUSLY beyond 40. (In my case, waaay beyond 40, but hey...)  

      Okay, I’m about to cry, don’t know why, so I’ll stop now.
      Love you all, my dear friends.



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