Online dating, if you dare…

Dating is hard, dating in NYC…harder, especially for women. We all know this, we’ve heard it and probably have some personal horror stories, but what do you do about it? I don’t have the answer, but the two people that raised me (bless them) either feel sorry for me and/or really want me to have a kid (A few birthdays ago, I was permitted by one of them to have a baby out of wedlock, so I’ll go with the latter) …anyway, they’ve made a few suggestions. (that’s me with the blue background, either of the parental units in white)

blackpeoplemeet

christian mingle

church

Sigh…

Well you know what, I’ve actually tried it. Paid sites and free ones, polished and ones I shouldn’t have touched with a ten foot pole. I want a boyfriend, I want to get married, I want to have kids, so why not, right? Here’s a small sample of the fun I’ve had…

William

I’ll just say, be careful what you wish for, you might get purposed to.

I must admit though, it hasn’t been all bad…if I do end up with someone I met online, chances are, no one will ever know where I found him. I’m a creative, so I’ll come up with something ­čśë

Any fun online experiences you want to share?

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