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"I finally had a chance to enjoy this- it made me reflect upon my own “lay over” situation of post divorce. Should I move closer to family or not move? Should I buy a house or continue to rent? Should I seek out a new partner or not? And in a blink of an eye, three years have flown by and I realize that sitting at Chilis on an extended layover is not serving me well. So, as a first step I am buying a home. Please tell Paige thank you for the reminder." - K.

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Cool, finally it’s not just about your grandma, although something to note – (a) I’ve read it and (b) devoted about 5 min to a thought that here you go a women of age (although knowing yours, she is probably still in her 40’s) still puts in so much care into her appearance. As a contrast, at 40, I hardly see any reason to even take a shower (I mean I do take showers, but primarily because the HR lady emphasized the importance).

I think this blog will be extremely educational. Guys have been bred to achieve the highest degree of behavioral predictability (ironically, every time I am being predictable it is always to her surprise), which by observation is drastically different from sophisticated randomness of female mental development. I fully anticipate that this exchange of ideas will give me a sufficient insight into a female psyche to explain everything from your footwear selection to the hammer through my television.
But back to the post, thinking as a guy preparing for such a trip, through all my packing activities I would have been hoping that there would be at least one bridesmaid who is remotely doable and with a recent emotional trauma, which would also made her willing. Now thinking as a guy who is trying to think like a girl, I would be not thinking and end up in some sort of a threesome.

There was another angle, which began to intrigue me at about a fifth paragraph, but ultimately disappointed in around 7th. According to my extensive Internet research, two girls on an island condition always leads to a short term (under 10 min) lesbian relationship. I fully recognize my ignorance and I understand that in real life even on the island it may take a long time to build a true non-heterosexual bond, but I still deeply hoped that a creative use of alcohol would have shrunk a waiting period down to a weekend.

So, this is what I thought. I also, thought that you had a good time and suggest reconsidering the title of the post.

I will end this with a general :-), which should fix all the uncomfotablnesses.

I am realizing that I probably wasted my time as comments are moderated, but I was just trying to be funny and I promise to accomplish that in my next post.


You are great, Mulazarev! Thanks for the inspired comments. Please keep them coming.

Michelle Westenhaver

I really enjoyed this post, Paige! You have a REALLY great, fluid writing style! I look forward to reading more, and can't wait to hang out again soon!


Thank you, Michelle! I am very glad you like it and look forward to seeing you again soon as well. Cheers to you!

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