Single does not imply damaged


Being Single does not imply Damaged

     Here we go again on yet another first date.   Bombarded  with same and like questions.... Have you ever been married? How many times? Why haven't you chosen to marry? How many children do you have? What do you do for a living? How long have you been there? As if those are pertinent questions!!

      On a first date it should only matter if the two have engaging thoughts to share. Mutual attraction will be apparent! feeling comfortable right off the bat is a great sign! This is not a pick your mate date but a chance to have some good clean fun. A wondrous opportunity to escape the monotony of our daily routine and express our hobbies, passions and zest for life!

If for some stroke of great luck and the stars are aligned in almost perfect order, we should then hope for a second date of the same and a bit more! Exposing glimpses of who we are and where we are headed in life!  Much fun is it to unravel the process! Why would one rush this?  With that being said........if one feels rushed, there must be a reason!   For me that is a signal to research the motivation of such........but being single is not implying that we are damaged..........we may be picky, quirky, perfectionist, slobs, too deep, too shallow...ect. however with time taken and  mild precaution exhibited...we all should find ourselves with a kindred spirit that likes us, loves us and wants more of us!!

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yenajeon 7 years ago from California


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50 Caliber 6 years ago from Arizona

Momma Mia,a wise and mindful article of the process one should consider. I've been single for 20+ years, by choice not the fact I'm damaged. I am not materialistic by any means, and am quite satisfied with extremely simple. I am quite satisfied with this station in Gods world, voted you up, 50

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Momma Mia 6 years ago from North Carolina Author

Thank you yenjeon and 50 for reading this short hub and thankyou 50 for voting me up! Looking forward to reading more from you!



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