Punching Snowmen

Like most ladies I have had many a dating blunders and days where I just plain gave up. It seems that when we give up fate finds its way in and allows us to look a little further and a little deeper at the fish in the sea.

Recently I punched a snowman. (not really) In doing so it led to a string of emails that ranged from dogs making dinner, to uptown hipster pigeons who mumble about oppression, and to my favorite subject ninjas. The emails eventually led to a date, a great first date to be exact, that led to an even better second date. I know crazy right two dates in 3 days or as he would say 48hrs. I am glad that I punched that snowman, because if I hadn’t the IRS Auditor would never of walked into my life.

At this moment I am going to consider myself lucky and take down all of my personal ads. I am throwing caution to the wind, moving my thimble on the board and I am going to follow it through to where ever it may lead.

So maybe ladies the key to finding a datable man is to punch a few snowmen. After all it has been a long cold, bitter winter, so go on and punch one.

Published by NinjaInTheCity

AmandaJean is a thriving pulmonary embolism & stroke survivor, passionate Paralegal, Advocate, and Blogger who believes she can change the world one person at a time. She is obsessed with the Law, beauty subscription boxes, collecting costume jewelry, visiting flea markets, Ruby Red Squirt and Candy Corn. World Traveler. Serial Volunteer. Lover of Frank Lloyd Wright, Heart Healthy Living, and good wine. Mama to a Muppet like dog. Aunt to @HalfPintNinja

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