Um, I sorta met someone this weekend. And he’s handsome and smart and FUNNY and I like him a real lot and I don’t think he likes me back.

Well, he may like me back. We’ll see. The verdict is still out.

It’s so rare that I meet a guy who ticks so many boxes, that it kind of put me a bit off balance.

I mean, for starters he’s SINGLE! Which is a true rarity here in the land of “partnered but open”.

He’s also not on drugs or in recovery (another rarity in the land of treatment centers). In fact, he’s as anti-drug as I am.

And I think he’s handsome. Bearded. Blue eyes. Great smile. Yet he doesn’t think he’s handsome, which makes him all the moreso.

He is also smart and has an interesting job. And his own place. And life. And– get this. On Sunday’s he actually volunteers his time at an animal shelter.

Is this guy for real??

We have different interests, but common ground if that makes sense. It was very easy being around him.

But the best part, by far, is that he made me laugh. Not a mildly amused ha ha ha you’re funny laugh, but a full on, caught me off-guard with a witty comment rolling, belly laugh.

And I haven’t had that in a really long time.

Which is why I’m smitten.

Which worries me because I never feel this way. It’s been a day and I’m thinking about him all the time. And I really hope I get the chance to spend more time with him.

It sure would be a nice change.

About cb

Nickname: Munt Measurements: 45 B, 34, 38(?) Ambition: to be the best human ever! Turn ons: long walks on the beach, romantic dinners, porn, rainbows, cock Turn offs: bad smell face, men who are full of themselves, dead puppies, popcorn, sadness
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7 Responses to Smitten

  1. truthspew says:

    If they can make you laugh that’s 99% of the battle. Hopefully this will work out.

  2. Mark in DE says:

    Sounds like a great start! Where did you meet him? Did you exchange numbers?

  3. how nice! hope you get to see him again!

  4. Mark, née Fuzz says:

    “Which worries me….”

    Let what happens happen. Do not sabotage yourself by over thinking it and coming up with some imaginary, trivial, fatal flaw.

  5. Don’t underestimate yourself and what you bring to the table — for all you know he may be thinking the same things you are.

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