I love having conversations with my daughter. She is 29 years old and single. She is a sweet and beautiful young lady, but for some reason she can't find a Boo. So the other day we were chatting when the people came to pick up some stuff that we were giving away. She went down to give the stuff to the guy, but she took a long time coming out of the garage. I figured that it was someone trying to shoot their shot as they say. Sure enough I was right. The young man was handsome and he was trying to get to her number.
When she finally came upstairs she started to tell us the story about how he was trying to get her number and she asked him where he lived he said in Atlanta. She asked him where in Atlanta and he said behind the county jail. Well he was on probation for robbery. That's when she said to me "The Dating Pool Has Pee In It."
I fell out laughing. I thought this statement was so funny. Anyway I shared this story with one of my best friends who is my daughter's God mother and she said that the dating pool definitely has pee in it. Now I thought that this was just for millennials, apparently this pool of pee has no age limit. I shared the story again because it was funny to me, but I keep getting the same response and that is the dating pool really does have pee in it.
So it seems that man are not interesting in settling down anymore. Everyone of my single friends that I talk to say the same thing. Men are not serious they just want to hit and run. They are not interested in being in relationships with just one woman and I wonder why? Is there too many women out there? Is there a man shortage? What the heck is going on? There are these amazing women who want to be in a serious relationship and there aren't any men who want to join them. This is crazy. So what is a girl to do? Do they swim in the pool that has the pee in it or do they wait until they put some chlorine it to get rid of the germs?
I would love to hear your take on this issue especially if you are a man. Why don't men want to be in serious relationships anymore?
Still trying to get our life back on track, my husband and I decided to join a local bowling league. Stars & Strikes is the closest alley to us, so we went there. We weren't sure what to expect when we got there since this was our first time back since the end of last year before the whole corona virus pandemic. So the first night we went our plans were to bowl in the doubles league on Tuesday evening, but we and one other team were the only ones to show up. Of course you can't have a league with just two teams, so we decided to move to the Thursday league.
The Thursday league has 10 four person teams, so that was about 40 people congregating together. Now I wasn't nervous, because I've learned to social distance and to wear a mask. Also the employees at the bowling alley were all wearing masks, so that made us feel safe. We have to face it that wearing a mask is a new normal for a lot of us. Now I must admit that on Tuesday when we first went we had our masks on, but we forgot them on Thursday. I still felt okay, because we were spread apart from the other teams. This week though I will make sure that I have my mask on so that I can continue to practice safety and get used to this new normal that we are now living.
Until Next Time
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