I let y'all know I signed up on match.com wednesday. Well I got asked out by a fella. I met him a year ago too, he is a well known musician in town. He remembers meeting me and we had a really spiritual date. THE DATE: We went to my friends house on the creek and played music. Many insruments were there and we had a wonderful time. My friend that invited me ( her art is in the Smithsonian and she travels the world teaching Batik) said he is really nice and is a keeper. She knows what I went through with the ex and knew about the alcohol. She is in tune with the world and with ppl. THis fella has asked me out again. My friend saw that he was (in tune)and liked me, she could see that he really liked me too. I know deep down by the way he talked, smiled, looked into my eyes, kept eye contact too, that he really does enjoy my company. I am extremely attracted to him and MY QUESTION: I haven't thought about the ex too too much in the last week or so. I am now realizing how it used to be w/the ex. He really was always drinking and smoking and passing out. I was always fighting for his attention too. I beleive I have started to move on to other people now. Is it normal to move this quickly? Iwas treated horribly my mamma and the ex's friends say so too
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