Okay, it’s only Thursday, but this has been a busy week already.
On Monday, my daughter, Dawn, married Guthrie. I present Mr. and Mrs. Smith:
It was a simple wedding. There was a dinner afterward.
Later in the evening I went to play volleyball. I’ve been using a dating site to try and meet women with mixed results. While at volleyball, a woman approached me and we talked. We had a date on Tuesday. Her name is Diane.
I had a date with Renee that I thought went well last week. She told me that she didn’t think we should have a second date a couple of days ago.
Yesterday was a housecleaning day. I’ve been trying to keep my life more in order. The anti-depressant seems to be working. My moods have been more level. I’ve been drinking less. I’m not “stress eating”. I have more motivation to do simple things – but not enough to do great things. Hmmm.
I had a date scheduled with Melissa today, but she never called or showed up. So I sat and ate pizza and had a beer by myself. I wasn’t really bothered much by it.
I have a second date with Diane tomorrow. It’s odd that the only second date I’m getting out of this is from a woman that I didn’t meet online. We have a few friends and acquaintances in common – mostly through the Louisville Ski Club, of which I’m a member.
I’ve ridden the bike to work every day this week. I’ve ridden the bike everywhere. I haven’t missed work. I’ve done some cooking at home. I’ve been keeping the house clean. I have a second date tomorrow. This is progress.
4 thoughts on “Whatta Week!”
Wow you’re a year younger than I am and while your daughter is getting married my 20 year old son still lives at home and asks for gas money. Good luck with the dating site. I never was much of a dating kind of guy. Laziness I guess.
What a great update! I am so glad you are feeling better. Congratulations on your daughter’s marriage — that picture is adorable. Best wishes to them.
RE: It was a simple wedding. There was a dinner afterward. SMART GIRL!
Glad the meds are leveling things out. Some times its the little things that help gain back control over life.
Hope it all works for you.
Sounds like things are looking up!
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