I've gotten a lot of really good advice lately about my relationship strategy, or my "fucking system". Some of these personal messages have been long, but really well written and thought out. At times I ask myself what the fuck did I do to deserve such attention. I'm not sure, but I gladly accept it. Thank you for doing that, and thank you for being so honest (you all know who you are). I've been applying some of that advice. I'm glad to say that I feel as though its working. No complaints here.
My 6th AM date is scheduled for this weekend. It's either date #6 or #7, and it's with someone in my town. It was a year ago that I had an AM date with someone here locally, and I'm very happy to say that she and I are still close friends. This new girl and I have been corresponding and it's a lot of the usual, but I've toned down what I would normally say at this point. I'm holding back a lot of info which feels great and stirs up more mystery about me.
In talking to this fair maiden, I thought about why people need to cheat, or perhaps, why they have an open marriage, get a divorce, or even why some stay single forever. It's about discovery. It's about being discovered, in many ways, over and over again, and it's about being the discoverer. It isn't just about sex, it's much more than that, and in many cases sex isn't even the best part about it. Perhaps this is the age old question, " Are we humans meant to be monogamous?" I'm not going to dive into that though.
To discover someone, and to be discovered is about attraction, and about intimacy. It's also affection, or simply the touch of another human being. It can be soft, or sweet, and simple as a kiss. But it can also be about discovering anew ones body, to find chemistry and passion. I think this is what drives many married people to boredom. I said many....not all. I get bored with routine. I want something new, I want to discover and be discovered all over again. This is what I love about all of my experiences. Surprise me, or give me something unexpected. It doesn't mean we don't love our primary partners, or take anything away from them but there comes a time when we want something that we don't have, we want to explore, to seduce someone, and/or be seduced by someone else.
Look at all of the great explorers from the past, from our world history. These guys never discovered one place and just sat there chilling till their deaths. Discovery and exploration were in their blood. That's how I feel about my theory. Are we meant to stay with the same person forever? (oops, that's not what this post is about). I want to get chills with that new person, I want my heart to thump loudly, and when we kiss I want it to last forever, but hey, I don't want to settle there in that new town for the rest of my life, I want to go out and get those chills all over again.
"Land Ahoy hot bitches!" lol
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