Monday, June 21, 2010
When Blogging Gets Personal
Am I wrong in thinking that an electronic relationship shouldn't involve emotions? Maybe that's why none of these endeavors has been successful for me at this point. My texts and emails aren't bursting with emotion, which would be fabricated anyway. Am I wrong in thinking that someone you meet online, having never seen in person shouldn't have emotions to convey? I just can't wrap my brain around which emotion he would share with me at this point.
So, while Mr. Dalton was struggling with expressing his emotions via text message on Saturday night, unwilling to schedule a time that worked for both of our schedules, I was utilizing my newly freed time and coordinating a meeting with Mr. Banderas, who has absolutely no problem with communicating in any form I'm comfortable with. He seems excited about meeting and as non-chalant about the whole thing as I am. As always, I'll continue to keep you posted because I have no intention of editing myself or this blog. My pondering quickly led to brief laughter followed by contemplation of my next installment. :)
P.S. Mr. Too Many Words has popped back on the scene. He sent me a very (what I'm hoping was) witty email on Saturday that simply contained a question mark. He continues to call me "Melly," much to my chagrin.