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Myrtle Beach Bike Week Posted on May 09, 2007 at 11:45 AM
Okay. Your tires should be turning to the South right about now. Who's reving up their engines and heading to Myrtle Beach this weekend and next? The burn-out pit at Suck, Bang, and Blow is the place to be!!! That's where I was on the bike. On the water is where I was in the other.
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A Frustrating Situation Posted on Dec 08, 2006 at 01:42 PM
Ladies and Gents, I need your advice. I met a man on one of the dating sites about two years ago. When I first saw him and met him face to face, it was like one of those "is this a dream or is this really happening" kind of feelings. He was THAT handsome. Possibly the most handsome man I have ever encountered. He also was a man of fine character. Always there to lend someone a helping hand even if he didn't know them personally. He excited me. I felt a strong physical attraction to him (he has the most beautiful eyes!) and we could talk well together. We both admitted to each other that the "pheromones" were running rampant between us. To make a long story short and to get directly to the point, my problem is that this "man of your dreams" isn't financially responsible. He has a landscaping business but doesn't assert himself in the business enough to even say he is "on his feet" financially. He lives in a trailer. I own my own home. He works "whenever he gets an assignment", and I work full time 5 days a week. Ladies, are you feeling me here? I have resigned myself to the decision of not taking his phone calls anymore. He says he "misses me as a friend", but we went past that stage a long time ago. I was raised that the man is the head of a household and is supposed to be the main breadwinner. Please tell me, ladies, that we haven't come to the point where we feel like we have to take on all of the load just to say that we have a man in our lives? I mean, do any of you ladies out there support me when I say that I am not willing, and never will be, to "support" a man? It also seems like to me that the man's ego would take the worst beating if that were the case. Ladies, what would you do??? Thank you in advance for your insight into this situation. In the meantime, "A Happy and Safe Holiday to You All". Watch out for the deer. They come out of nowhere alongside the roads this time of year especially. Be careful!!!
Psst . . .Professional Harley Guy Posted on Aug 24, 2006 at 07:27 AM
Please send me your direct e-mail address. Sealust2
The Difference in Loving and Liking Posted on Aug 11, 2006 at 02:31 PM
Do you think it's possible to love a person (your husband/wife) but at the same time not like them? I felt this way about my husband (now former husband) and still do. I can honestly say he wouldn't be at the top of my "best friends" list. Is this a normal way to feel about someone? I mean, how can you find yourself crying over somebody one minute, but turn right around the next and say that you really don't "like" him/her? I've been trying to think this out logically, but can't seem to make any sense of it. Please help me figure this out.
I'm Looking for the Proverbial Needle in the Haystack! Posted on Jun 12, 2006 at 10:08 AM
Where are all the good-looking, financially responsible, athletically built, good natured, faithful and hard working biker guys near Charleston, SC? Preferably someone between 45 and 55? If anyone can help me out here, please let me know. Maybe I'm not hitting enough of the rallys or something. P.S. I'm not your average "biker chick". I'm a southern lady who just happens to love riding Harleys!
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