Last week I went jogging with a friend and I really enjoyed the company of the other joggers. We agreed to go next week as well, and I promised myself not to find excuses for ditching.
You see, I can ditch a thing I enjoy just as easily as a thing I don’t.
Plus, sports have always been an issue for me. So…
To cut a long story short, I felt this could be the community where I find the One. 2 years ago
In the past two weeks I tried to focus more on this goal and I have already noticed the changes. I see more guys looking at me or simply seeing me and I also find it easier to communicate with them. Finally I don’t turn away my face shyly.
So now I only have to stay focused to attract and find the right guy.
I feel liberated and more confident now. 2 years ago
I still find this task difficult. Mainly because at the moment I can’t concentrate solely on this goal. But if I could, I guess I’d find other excuses. It’s very difficult to stay focused.
I’ve never been able to imagine that I’m loved by a man. I’ve aways been ridiculed for my crushes by my peers and of course I mainly fell for the wrong guys.
This is what I have to change.
I’m not the same girl and I’m not surrounded by the same peers anymore. I should move on. But somehow I just can’t weave my own Cinderella story scene.
But I’ll try. Promise. 2 years ago
You see I love my job. A tad bit way too much as it happens. My job is my hobby. Yes, I’m that lucky.
Also I’ve just moved into a new apartment that I immensely enjoy transforming, so that it reflects my personality.
These two things take up all my free time. They shouldn’t.
I’m getting older and older, so I’d better get in shape and find a husband if I don’t want to remain alone.
And I don’t.
Also like most people I have very high expectations. But then I should upgrade myself to earn someone who’s that good. 2 years ago