Old fashioned woman for dating
We love the idea of going on a date and not having your friends, job or everyone else attached at the figurative hip through technology.
How about connecting with another person, without all of our current distractions? In other words, turn the i Phone, i Pad or Android off.
No, guys, we don’t want to “meet you at the bar”, we don’t want you to honk outside our houses, and we don’t want to get a wasted text at 4 in the morning saying “whaasatasss uppp? Come up to my door, knock, and greet me – Now, obviously, I’m not asking a guy to tell me “I am officially courting you and will not stop until we are married”, which, I mean, if it’s the right guy, that’d actually be really hot.
I’m talking about telling me if you’re meeting up with me now but meeting up with your f-buddy later that night.
I think, deep down, every woman wants to be pursued. The one who called too much, hoping the boy didn’t have caller ID.
It lets me know what to expect and doesn’t set anyone up for a letdown. But a small bouquet or a few tastefully picked flowers would actually be a super sweet and romantic gesture!
Is it just us, or did dating seem to be a little more cut and dry back in the day?
If a guy asked you out, you knew he was interested.
I’m over at Deana Barnhart’s blog today doing an interview.
So, what if men treated women like they deserve to be treated? What if they actually held doors open, did things out of the blue just to show they care and actually respected you the way you deserve?
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