No Wheels No Deal: He Didn’t Have A Car!

No Wheels No Deal: He Didn’t Have A Car!

I don’t consider myself a shallow girl, which is why I have dated guys who had no car. In fact, the first guy that I dated who did have a car…I married him! Whenever I have heard girls go on and on about how they would never date a guy who didn’t have a car, I classified them as certified gold-diggers, but what if there was something to what they were saying?

 

I mean, I don’t think the girls were thinking beyond the surface level with their rants about how wealthy a man needs to be before he can get with them, but maybe there was something there worth exploring. The first guy that I dated was in high school when we met. So, I won’t be too hard on him…and he did eventually get a car. BUT as for those other dudes? They were grown men, and we lived in a city where having a car is very necessary. There are no L-trains in Indianapolis, and I could probably count on my fingers how many times I have seen a bus there.

Guys with No Car

 

Of course, I am speaking from my own experience, but what do I think having no car means? Let’s compare the no-car guys to the guys I dated who had cars. Oh…I guess I should mention that the one other guy who had a car took me out on one date. Then, we agreed to just be friends, and hung out a few times afterwards. Read more

7 Major Dating Mistakes I Made

7 Major Dating Mistakes I Made

They say that hindsight is 20/20. For the most part, that is the case, but in some situations, people tend to go around and around in circles. I was one of those people. I made the same mistakes over and over and over when it came to men and dating. I don’t buy into the whole “she didn’t have her father around” excuse either, because my parents have been married for 33 years, and I am such a daddy’s girl.  Read more

How Did I Meet My Husband?

How Did I Meet My Husband?

I get this question a lot, but I absolutely love telling the story! So, here it goes again…

How did I meet my husband?

First, a little backstory is in order.

I was a church girl with a dream of becoming a singer, and the only experience I had was in church and school choirs. I thought I was good, but sometimes, you can’t really gauge just how good (or terrible) you are in church, because everyone cheers you on regardless of your talent. In school, I was part of a chorus, so it was all about blending with other voices. I was awesome at harmonizing. It was the solo singing that I wanted to work on. When singing in a choir, I was comforted by being surrounded by several other people. And when singing in church, I was comforted by being able to sing with my eyes closed, and by the fact that people in church can’t boo you. Read more