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Offline kimmy

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Re: Personal Stuff
« Reply #1140 on: April 23, 2020, 11:50:49 am »
So, uh...

 ...my boss's wife had this idea that she wants to introduce me to someone.   This isn't a first... lots of people have tried to play matchmaker for me.  What's unique is that this is the first time someone has offered to introduce me to a woman.

I have had a strange tingly feeling for about 4 hours.  Not at the idea of meeting potentially a new partner. This isn't my first rodeo. It's different, hard to put into words. I feel ... accepted?

People I have worked with for a while and feel comfortable with know that I prefer to be with women... my first serious girlfriend even came to a company Christmas party one year. Nobody has said anything negative, at least while I was in earshot. Everybody is polite and tolerant and I even get some good-natured teasing from time to time. So it's not that I have felt negative feelings from my co-workers.  But this was different. This wasn't just tolerance, this was someone reaching out and acknowledging and accepting and supporting me for what I am, and it felt strangely wonderful in a way I had never expected.  A half hour after we had talked, I replayed the conversation in my head, and almost cried from happiness or relief or something. I felt as if some kind of weight had been removed from me. I didn't know I needed this in my life.   


So that lady died unexpectedly this week. I'm kind of in shock over it.  I wasn't close with her, but it still hit pretty hard.

I heard that it was a gall bladder thing that went untreated until way too late. With the covid situation, people don't want to be a burden on the medical system so they are keeping their aches and pains to themselves. People aren't going to see the doctor even when they should.

 -k
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