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Sunday, April 23, 2006

Found my mojo!!!

Got back from Europe absolutely shattered as I had had no sleep the first night travelling to airport after work and then very little in the hotel as it was a city centre hotel and very noisy. Trip went well work wise despite my trepidation about the meeting and my ability to make a good impression and seal the deal.

Further to my post The Power of Positive Thinking I was reading the comments and Omani commented that as soon as I labelled myself "positive", I became that part and that in the old days, when he first came across me I used to be different, and got different results. Now I know that we all have good days and bad days, days where we are more positive than others and all that and there is no doubt that when you are positive good things happen but I have always been positive with regard to the fact that I will meet someone, the one for me. Where I get negative is how and where you meet people. The single scene in Ireland can be depressing to say the least. It' s all a matter of keeping the faith I think.

Anyway, the follow-up gossip to the post goes like this; contestant number three duly phoned at the weekend and we went out for dinner last night - my first date in a long time! It was lovely, easy conversation and a relaxed atmosphere with no awkward silences. We then met some friends for a drink in a local bar. Afterwards the four of us headed to the late bar where we had a good nights craic. Almost cracked up when Whitney started to blare out "Ooh, I wanna dance with somebody", no-one in the company could understand my mirth but I thought it was irony at it' s best.

The night went very quickly and he is very easy going. We both bumped into people we knew and there was no pressure to sit in each other's pockets. He and his friend were a good laugh and up for the craic, even though they were both sober as judges. So no need for taxis for those of us partaking in an alcoholic beverage! All in all it was a fun, relaxing, feel-good night. So Contestant number three is a really sound bloke, warm, kind and easy to talk to, he may not be my Mr. Right but lets say he's my Mr. Right Now. He has phoned again today and we'll probably meet up again at the weekend.

As an aside to the night my resident fan club - he who happens to be older than my dad and living up the road was also in the late bar. I don't think I've mentioned him before but every night I go there, he tries to pull me over to say hi and tell me I am looking well - ah well, every girl deserves at least one semi-stalker!

It's funny how you end up on a roll when things are going well. I went into town today and the first shop I walked into I bumped into Contestant number one from last weekend (and I looked like crap, old jeans on, no make-up and very tired from night out and busy week). Blow me down but he not only remembered me but said hello and had a brief friendly chat. Not chatting me up but just really friendly - lovely as it proved I wasn't imagining that we had really connected in a sort of way last weekend. Also bumped into my resident fan club who nearly tripped over himself to get to the till behind me. Then I headed to another shop where this guy just started chatting and being really friendly. Honestly, think my mojo has come out of the closet for a brief stint over the last week or two!

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doris said...

And long may it continue. Great to hear that #3 is breaking in nicely. All sounds good :-)

Curly K said...

Thanks Doris, sure I'm happy to go with the flow for the time being. I'm very aware that finding my own Mr. Doris might take some time, the guy is an absolute gem!

KnackeredKaz said...

I'm jealous! Ah but congrats, it's great to hear that there are still some good men out there. Recently I had a random guy tell me I was 'bland' and 'vain' which was lovely to hear and did WONDERS for my self esteem...so if contestant number three has any equally nice brothers, send them my way!

TheCatGirlSpeaks said...

Ah, send some mojo my way!

Curly K said...

Kaz, I've had random guys who felt that it was their duty to tell me that my arse is fat/huge etc. despite me never having laid eyes on them before, let alone had a conversation with them. They are not even worth thinking about, I'd hazard a guess that all guys like that are suffering from small penis syndrome!

Number three has no brothers but all his friends are good guys as well. They're not show-offs or particularly glamorous, just honest to God decent men who have a quiet sense of themselves.

There are still a lot of really good guys out there who are equally frustrated with the whole scene. It just takes a little longer to meet the good ones.

Curly K said...

Catgirl & Kaz, if good wishes could send lots of Mojo your way then be prepared for some serious mojo