What was your most fun date? My most fun date was a ‘first date’ with a man I had met on an online dating site (there’s nothing wrong with adding online dating to your dating arsenal). We actually had a ‘first meet’ at a coffee shop the week before to see if the chemistry was there in person and it was. So this was our first date – we decided to go to a local art festival. We met at a park and ride and he drove us to the festival. We got there early enough that it wasn’t too crowded so we took the time to look at each vendors tent and my date asked questions of the vendor and of me about what I liked/didn’t like. We spent hours walking up and down the street and talking, holding hands. We had lunch (there were several food vendors as well) and we even danced in the gazebo to the band that was playing. We picked a little ice cream shop to end our day at and he excused himself to go to the bathroom. When he returned, he had bought me a small painting – it was the one I liked the most from my favorite artist. He had taken the time to really pay attention to what I was saying and then to remember which was my favorite. It was very romantic and was the most fun I have ever had – going to an art festival, eating fun festival food, dancing in a gazebo, and ice cream to boot- what wasn’t to like? My date being so attentive and the nice gift was just icing on the cake.
Taking a hard look at dating, relationships, love and living the ‘happily ever after’ dream today. Finding your HEAT.
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About the Author:
Gigi is a published author, freelance writer and poet. She is also a successful career woman, single mother (empty nester now) and very happy bachelorette! With passion running through her veins, she has a zest for life, attacks it with vigor and lives by her own rules!
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