In conclusion . . .

I never talked to Runner. I totally pussed out and sent an email kinda late while faking that I would’ve called but it was too late by the time I had the opportunity. I know, I know. I regret it. I should’ve called. Lesson learned. He was big enough to want to communicate with me over the phone and I should’ve pulled up my big-girl panties and done the same.

I kept the email short and sweet. I said I was surprised that I didn’t hear from him as I had in the past after dates, and especially since something noteworthy had taken place between us (aka, sex). I was going to say “significant event” but I think that would have made it sound like I thought we were exclusive at that point or that maybe he popped my cherry. I also told him that it made me wonder if maybe we were in different places at the moment when it comes to dating and relationships. 

Early this morning he texted me that he was really sorry about the miscommunication and if he hurt me in any way. He was on his way to the airport and suggested that we “chill on it” for a bit and get in touch when he gets back, which is in a little more than two weeks. Because he didn’t mention the “two different places when it comes to dating and relationships” portion of my email, I think he wants to take the time to think things out. And, when he gets back, if we are still interested in each other (time will tell), I will have that conversation and let him know where my head is at and what I’m looking for down the road.

The guy from OKCupid I’ve been emailing with is annoying me with his stupid messages about his garden, what he cooked, and his dog. It’s been going on and on and on and on. I have no patience for this. He sent me an email about what he did over the weekend, as if I wasn’t already aware from his multiple, daily, one-sentence updates. He asked what I did. Seriously, if he wants to know he can invite me to meet him for coffee or something. Instead of answering his questions I said that his weekend sounded great and if he ever wants to met in real life to let me know. Hopefully he’s got the balls to make it happen.

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3 thoughts on “In conclusion . . .

  1. You don’t need to talk to Runner. He is a waste of your time. Why should you beat yourself up about doing the correct thing when he didn’t? He didn’t address your remark because there’s nothing to say-it’s true, you’re not looking for the same thing. The OKCupid guy does sound irritating. Your response ought to get the message across, if not, he is a hopeless case. Any other prospects?

  2. I agree with Petunia, Runner is a waste of time. So is online dating. Don’t believe me? Read my horrendous experiences.

    If you want to meet a man, you have to meet him in real life, in a sleazy bar, like the rest of us do.

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