Just to let ya’ll know, Chelsea Clinton had dinner at the restaurant night before last. She was meeting her mom in Parkersburg, WV for a campaign stop across the river in Pomeroy, OH. It was her 28th birthday. She dined on salad and veggies, and for dessert, our mango lemongrass sorbet. She immediately recognized one of our regular patrons as a gentleman who covered her father’s presidency and is an award winning retired newscaster from CBS and CNN. She was described by those who met her as beautiful, sweet, and the chick who paid the bill was a good tipper. I should know, I was the one who dug through the receipts to see. Your regularly scheduled post will now proceed.
After the insightful comments on my last post, I felt compelled, as I often am, to delve deeper into the Nanner Psyche, which can be a frightening thing. As I stated in my comments, sometimes I can’t figure me out.
I stumbled across a relationship quiz on a psychology website and decided it may be a good idea to see how I stacked up. It said if you scored 10 or higher, you may have commitment issues. My score was 35.
I had the same feeling while taking this quiz as I did when I took the ADD/ADHD quiz. You figure out real quick you probably shouldn’t be answering most of the questions as “often,” versus, “seldom.”
I’ve figured out I’m admitting I have this problem, I decided some self-help books would be a good place to start. Of course, I also have another problem. Working on relationship issues takes having a relationship, at least at some point, to see if any of the self-help books were worth it.
Honestly, around here, the dating pool is more like a cesspool. I’ve come to believe, probably due to my commitment-phobia, that there is only one handsome, intelligent, successful, funny, single man left and his name is Michael and every woman in WV knows it and is vying for his attention. I also know he brought one woman to lunch on Valentine’s Day and brought another woman to dinner… sucks working long shifts.
Anyway, this should be a real hoot. I’m at least committed to having bought the books. Yeah, this is gonna be real fun. I hope somewhere in those three books is some insight into WHY I’m this way, because I find it easier to deal with when I know why or someone tells me how to figure out why.
I said at some point that I didn’t think I would be blogging as much this year, but something tells me, I was wrong.