Sickness and cobwebs prompt the desire for company
It’s a sad state of affairs when it’s a dose of food poisoning or an afternoon waterblasting the outside of the house that makes me want to meet a nice man sometime soon. Wanting someone to be around when you’re under the weather or you need the cobwebs gone is what it’s come to. It hasn’t been an overly successful start to the year on the manhunting front although I did smile earlier this week seeing a couple of gorgeous acquaintances out and about. Firstly, mooching around Remarkables Park over the weekend I ran into an old workmate from way back whose name I’d forgotten. The next day I spotted another object of my affection crossing the road as I drove through the streets giving him a cheeky grin out the window. It made me wonder if it might be a good idea to focus on people I vaguely know in real life as opposed to the internet. Bite the bullet and ask them out. But there’s the age-old debate about whether men like to do the asking themselves. I’m still undecided. I do have an internet date pencilled in next week, but he doesn’t live in Queenstown. I’m not getting my hopes up. My last date with someone who didn’t live here involved interrogation about my salary and much harping on about Queenstown prices. Someone reluctant to spend money on the good things in life is unlikely to get far with me. Even if a second date might eventually clear the cobwebs. Happy Valentines Day!
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Dirty work: Queenstown’s Single Girl is hoping for some help to clean the cobwebs.