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Wishful Thinking? [message #9538] Wed, 27 January 2016 18:57 Go to next message
new2it is currently offline  new2it
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I am a 54 Year Old Man in good shape and I believe I am considered attractive. I had the good fortune to meet an amazing woman 2 and a half years ago through work. She is a waitress and she is 32 years old. I have made a point to keep in contact by dropping by the bar restaurant every few months for a beer. On this occasion I let her know that I am seeking a divorce. Anyway, after a few brief conversations (she was very busy) I left. I was writing the text to her explaining I left but wanted to say good bye but she was busy .... I hit send as I was walking down the street and she hurried out of the bar and yelled something to me and good bye. I like I should turn around but I didn't. A couple of hours later I noticed that she sent me a text acknowledging my good bye text and I noticed that she added the kissy face emoji. Is this wishful thinking or was she sending me a signal? Myu heart aches for this woman and it has since I met her.
Re: Wishful Thinking? [message #9539 is a reply to message #9538] Wed, 27 January 2016 23:23 Go to previous message
LeePalm44 is currently offline  LeePalm44
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Woman will never send a man double-digit signals. if she likes a man, she would show it to anyhow, even in the most primitive way.
and that she was in a hurry all the time, this is might be that... she is in a hurry! here the reasons may be different. Maybe she has a child and she has no one to leave him with, or she may feel sick. If she works a waitress, then perhaps she could work elsewhere. it can affect women's nerves, because it is not easy to carry life burden alone on fragile female shoulders. I think you should steal her minute and arrange to meet at a convenient for her time. even for 20 minutes for a cup of coffee in the nearest Starbucks. Feel confidence in your own eyes. perseverance crushes mountains. if this woman ia an impregnable mountain for you ... you know what to do next
good luck
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