Monday, October 22, 2007

A Blind Date and He Stood Me Up

Weeks and weeks of planning had went into this, all the preparations made, nothing left to chance, all the arrangements had been taken care of, I thought we had a date. I barely slept the night before thinking about our meeting, my stomach full of dancing butterflies, my eyes glued to the clock and its ticking seconds. I played out all the things that could happen, played out all the things I wanted to happen while I laid there waiting, wide awake. Closing my eyes, I tried to force myself to sleep, but I just couldn't wait any longer, I jumped up, I snatched on the clothes neatly laid out the night before and out the door I went. I knew I wanted to be there long before he arrived. I needed time to get my nerves settled down. I had to keep my excitement in check, I couldn't dare allow him to see what this meant to me. Our first meeting had to be perfect and I knew if I got there ahead of him, I had the advantage. I could watch his approach, I could judge if he was a keeper or not. He had to be at least an "8" before I would even consider it and then have some mass to go along with it. Call me a "Size Queen" if you want, but I wanted something I could wrap my fingers around, the bigger the better. It had been a long time for me and I needed a good one, I needed to feel alive again. I needed this to be my lucky day, but alias, it wasn't. I did everything I was suppose to do, I kept my end of the bargain, but he never showed up. I waited and waited. I looked and I watched. I prayed, but he never showed up. My blind date, stood me up!

How was your opening day of deer season?

I think perhaps this post needs a little explaining. My passion happens to be Deer hunting. My date, in mention, was with an 8 point buck, not a man. As much as I would have loved for it to have been about a possible encounter with a hunk of male flesh, I probably would have been the one not showing up, nothing interferes with my opening day of deer season.


peter von amsterdam said...

I'm sorry, you were 'shot down'.

As long as you're hopes are neutral it can't be a disappointment.
For next time, have a good rest, do not answer questions you can't answer and go for it!

P xxx

Ur-spo said...

being stood up is plain rude on his part.
try not to see these things as perfect though; they are merely getting to know you somewhat.
good luck next time.

daveincleveland said...

that sucks.......i would never stand you up........:)

Peter said...

With your track record you fooled all 3 of us, and there's nothing wrong with that!

It only shows we care.

derek said...

sorry you had someone do that too you. Dumb ass didn't know what they were missing

Anonymous said...

So you are one of them thar deer hunters eh? Watch out for deers like THIS one!! lol

You be using a gun or using the much harder bow method of hunting?

JON said...

You had me going dude. Thanks for the "disclaimer" so to speak. It put my rod at rest again.