I then realized that I couldn’t have all this negativity consume me; I have to live in the moment.I then had a mini freak out about what to wear, the website said business casual. I had a hard time figuring out how dressed up I should look since it was at a bar.
She explained the rotations and how to pick your match after.
After the first date some of the dates became jumbled and not memorable.
Some of the guys seemed to have what they are saying rehearsed and I felt like it was disingenuous. I met a doctor, master’s student, scientist, fraternity man, start-up guy, retired business owner and a pilot. I wasn’t sure if I should make the first move, so I didn’t. The scientist never contacted me but the pilot has been texting me since the day after the event.
After the first few rounds you have an idea what to say and it becomes less exciting and nerve wrecking. I asked him why he matched with me--I asked if it was because of attraction, my personality or a mixture of both.
At about the 5th round I felt like there could be some potential with some of these men. He then told me that he forgot what we talked about but that he thought we clicked.
As the event came close I felt nervous, shy and doubtful.