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I arrived first, and the coffee house was overflowing with people. here we go.” I was being terribly judgmental right from the beginning and found myself looking for something that would make this not work out. He had a beautiful complexion, chiseled features, and nice blue eyes.
It was clear we were never going to get a seat in the coffee house, so we decided to walk down the street and see what we can find.
As we crossed the street, I slipped (must have been the oil and rain mixed together on the pavement) and went face down in the street like a ton of bricks. ”“I’d better hold your hand to make sure you don’t fall again,” he said. We walked around the park and talked for a long time.
Conversation came very easily between us, and I had to admit Justin was a really nice, gentle, kind man.
You just work your way from the outside to the inside,” I said. But the fact he admitted he didn’t know what to do was heartwarming to me. But we had a nice conversation, and after lunch he asked if I wanted to take a walk in Central Park with him, which was just a few blocks away.
It had started raining, and I had an umbrella and he didn’t. To lighten up the moment I said, “See, I’m already falling for you!
After awhile, he leaned over and kissed me, and the chemistry was definitely there.
Follow along as she meets unavailable men, stalkers, conquistadors, younger men, older men, and even tries to give up dating altogether! I dated the farty ferry boat captain and a bi-polar Ronald Mc Donald, but those were against my better judgment and in moments of desperation. Deep down I really see myself with a successful man who makes a good living, drives a good car, has a good education, and lives in a nice neighborhood. And then a friend said it really shouldn’t matter what he did, but who he was as a person.Jane mentions that she enjoyed the attention of the online dating community as much as going out on dates with these guys herself, and even describes herself as a dating snob. Some have found Jane Coloccio to be condescending in her tone, looking down on men who had jobs and incomes that aren’t up to her preconceived standards.Get ready for a “spoiler” to this book, so stop reading if you don’t want to know the ending.She began her career as the Assistant Travel Editor of Modern Bride Magazine and then made a move to the public relations side.
At the age of 27, Jane opened her own public relations agency, JC Communications, LLC that she still maintains to this day.
Jane is a published magazine author and a noted speaker in the hospitality industry. Right” in the online arena more than 10 years ago at the recommendation of a friend who married the tenth man she met and since then has been on most of the major dating sites including Match.com, e Harmony, Matchmaker.com, American Singles.com, Cupid.com, and even Jdate!