Recently, I was walking at shopping plaza not too far from my neighborhood, and I saw a little sport office. I stopped in to find out more and thinking of my son whether he needs or may need take some other sport classes in addition to baseball and tennis he is taking.
The tall red haired lady welcomed me with a wide smile. She was about 40th or so, very beautiful, real Southern Belle. I got the info regarding the sport programs for kids, and slowly, (in a minute or so) we were already chatting about life, love and men. I don’t even know how it had happened, but she told me about her divorce, which was pretty recent, three kids and plans for the future. Even I was impressed with such a friendliness (or loneliness maybe). I like to hear all of that stuff, but I had to lead back home to meet my son. So, slowly I moved towards the door, opened it ready to say Goodbye. “ It was so great to meet you, “ she exclaimed, “Let’s have a lunch at some point to continue conversation about men!” I said: “Sure, let’s do that…but probably you won’t discuss men for a while, “- I said, hinting on her recent divorce. (as I know from my personal experience, usually women don’t like think of dating for a while). But she seemed to be surprised with such an assumption: “Oh, I am dating a wonderful man now! He is SO gorgeous! “- And she smiled sweetly and like she was shaking from excitement. I’ll show you a picture, – she exclaimed… Well, who wouldn’t welcome an opportunity to see a picture of a gorgeous man, especially if he doesn’t’ belong to you? Continue reading “A Gorgeous Man”