Thankfully turning out to ‘NOT‘ be my cup of tea became an infinite fine and blessing in disguise.
A downright shame to disregard innermost ‘gut’ feelings and signs versus placing emphasis on perception of good traits taught me quite a valuable lesson.
Above is fair warning for those who choose dating online. Similar to tea there are thousands of varieties in the sea.
The aftermath of the bad penny, the disreputable person, is similar to the recurrence of any unwanted event.
Whenever angry with another, tis often best to hold your tongue until you’ve had the opportunity to calm down and assess the situation.
Oops! Did you follow that rule of thumb? Or choose to type and send instead text ‘the end’.
Following a breakup it’s quite therapeutic to write or type feelings on paper followed by process of destruction via placing printouts one by one in the paper shredder.
Feel better? Positive ‘yes’ and negative ‘no’ answers pop to mind followed by ‘reality’ mixture combo ‘not certain’ since even short term grief takes period of time.
It did help though? Yes, precisely correct!
Copping an attitude rarely gets me to reconsider a decision thus you’ll forever remain at a far away distance.
It might be fun to see how a new love interest story unfolds only your presence in my life has become old news.
Dishonesty is far from my cup of tea. She may think she won only a storm in a teacup is no real prize catch.
It’s laughable at best to see the happiness loving posts she sends while your profile stating ‘online today’ shows up on my contact list on dating sites.
Me, I have great confidence in my own savoir faire. Oui, il n’est pas mon genre!