Posts Tagged ‘dating’

Ionic Pairing

04Mar11

I’ve realized I’m long overdue for an update.  It hasn’t been due to lack of time or lack of content, more of just a lack of drive to actually sit down and blog.  I get into weird phases where I just can’t be bothered to upkeep my blog, which probably ends up working against me […]


Cohabitation

06Feb11

It’s been a bit since my last blog, and I suppose a few things have happened since then that might be considered noteworthy. First off, Dex and I had a conversation last weekend that helped to soothe the soul a bit.  While lying in bed one day, I started the dialogue by saying “What I’m […]


Catch 52

17Jan11

Well, it’s been an eventful few weeks. Last weekend I had my date on Friday with Dex, which I actually blogged about earlier.  What I failed to blog about was what happened on the Sunday.  Here’s the skinny – I had something I’ve been meaning to tell Dex for awhile but I just could never […]


Date number 7  … or is it date number 8?  I can’t count any more, but whatever the case may be it was yet another date with Dex.  After texting with him a few days this past week I got the subtle hints that he was putting out there that he wouldn’t mind seeing me.  […]


Metrology

03Jan11

In life we strive to try and maintain a certain degree of balance in most aspects:  work and play, love and hate, yin and yang .. however you choose to label it, we generally don’t want an excess of one and a lack of the other.  We go through periods where one aspect might outweigh […]


First off let me make the following statement:  this is not self-sabotage. Let me follow that statement with this revision:  this is not conscious self-sabotage. I had a few dreams this week that started to pick at the mortar between the bricks of my trust in Dex.  He hasn’t done anything to instigate this, and […]


Reducing Sugars

27Dec10

Alright, so I’m overdue for an update on the Dex situation I imagine, or even just my dating life in general.  The last post was rather emo-filled and fuelled by feelings of being sick, alone, and feeling vulnerable. I wish I could say things have changed.  Granted I’m not sick, nor alone.  Feeling rather vulnerable. […]