Saturday, June 09, 2007

This is where you have to tell me what I already kind of know.

I am interested in two guys, both of whom I believe are interested in me.  I have kissed both of them, on different occasions.  They are acquaintances who see each other regularly, but I don't believe they are friends independently.  The friend that they have in common is the friend that introduced me to both of them.  To put it differently, they see each other at the same functions that I would see them.  Given my dating history, I won't have more than two dates with either of them before something goes horribly awry.  So you have to tell me, Can I try dating both of them?  Just to see how it goes?  Because unless you stop me, I'll probably try to, with inevitably disastrous results.
 
Apropos of nothing, I'm watching one of my favorite artists, Stevie Ray Vaughan, on PBS and boy, howdy - watching him perform makes me feel warm and lightheaded.  Can you believe it's been 20 years?  I can't believe it's been that long... SRV, your music is still alive!

4 comments:

anonymous therapist said...

I'll be honest: I've dated two people at once before, and it always works best when they're unlikely to ever meet each other, because otherwise it will blow up in your face. Sounds like the fact that they're likely to meet at the same social situations as you'll be at is going to be really complicating.

A while ago, I had a chance to set up a double life: I was moving but staying put all at once. It was tempting...

Anyway, good luck with it all. I love your blog.

Sparky said...
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Gideon said...

Well, I don't see the harm. As long as you don't mislead either.

Baby Lawyer said...

I wholly agree with gideon -- as long as they both know you're spending some time getting to know the other person, I would totally go for it -- hey, a girl only lives once!