Blind Date – Part 1 and 2

For some reason when you get to be my age people start to wonder, “Why are you still single?”  The answer at this point for me is, “I don’t know…”  For me it’s the actually meeting girls that aren’t in my current circle of friends and not at my church. Dating girls from church seems like a good idea, but then you break up and going to church is suddenly very weird – especially if you broke up with 2 girls at the same church and you were interested in another one and one of them just so happend to be the roommate of a girl you broke up with. (Not that this has ever happened to me)

So recently when people say, “I should set you up!” I say, “Sure” with a shrug of my shoulders. What do I have to lose?

So the blind date was dinner with some friends and we were introduced and we played Cranium and had a good time. Then last night we went on a second date and I had a blast. My favorite part was that the entire time I was just comfortable. Even when we went back to her place I just sprawled out on this huge chair and ottoman that she has and we talked for a little bit. It was just nice.

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By Evan Stark

Eddie Renz is an avid fan of Egyptology, Wilbur Smith and bacon. Not a fan of humility but often finds himself humbled when he is around people who understand numbers like the Fibonacci sequence and Pi.

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