I feel bad for any guy who wants to date a girl in today’s economy. Let’s be real. Almost always, the guy still picks up the tab. Still picks up the girl. Still puts gas in the car. That alone is enough to make him feel the depression.
As for me, yeah. I have a job. But like most people, I’m on a budget. And splurging for the Christian Mingles scene (or any other online social network) cuts too deep into my Starbuck’s wallet. I’m not into local clubs, and even if I could afford it, dining out ~ alone … read the rest. . .
It’s time for the weekly Monday Match-Up Report: the posting where I lay it all out… the match.com men, the Church chums, the PSO’s (or lack thereof).
Ya ready? Here we go!
Match.com: I’ve actually given up on this. The only emails I’ve received all week are the ones begging to spend money to be rejected in a bigger, better way. “Hey, we’re still not looking at your profile, but now you’ve paid money to figure that out. Can you say, SUPER LOSER?!” Yeah. I don’t think so.
ChristianMingle.com: This one has actually peeked my attention. I like that most … read the rest. . .
SPOILER ALERT: MOVIE DETAILS REVIEWED. Read at your own discretion.
My date with Bocelli.
I’m right at this moment watching “Eat, Pray, Love”. I was really torn about watching this movie at all, because, fundamentally, as I understand the plot, Liz Gilbert is a woman who got bored with her life and leaves her husband (after having cheated on him), in search of fulfillment that she doesn’t quite find. In real life, Liz took this emotional and physical journey, wrote about it, and it became a best-seller.
My question is… WHY? And so I’m watching this movie. To view … read the rest. . .