Sometimes life surprises me with moments – like running into a musician who ghosted me on Tinder. He “super liked” me the day I arrived to Australia. Then the day we were supposed to hang out, he ghosted me. But then the universe gave me a treat when I was able to confront him in the Outback, halfway around the country, four months later.
I met a few guys from Tinder while I was staying in Whistler for six weeks. Each guy made me feel like asking for dinner was too much. I think being taken on an actual date isn’t having too high of expectations.
I was on a e-bike tour when a woman froze right in front of me. I slammed on the breaks & just barely hit her as she grabbed the handle bars. I met a musician from Tinder and had a nice time meeting up with him.
I met up with a guy who I had been talking to on Tinder for a while, but it was clear from the beginning that it wasn’t going to work. I need to be attracted to someone physically, mentally, and emotionally. Even if it’s just to make-out.
I had a blast drinking beer on a brewery tour and learning about the history Alaska has with alcohol. I also met a guy from Tinder. The good thing about meeting different guys is that it helps me determine what I want and what I don’t want in a relationship.
I went on an underground walking tour in Seattle, and learned some crazy history about the area. Then I met a guy from Tinder and finally had my first kiss after my divorce.