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Posted on Sun, Jun 11, 2006 04:42

My opinion would be that it could go either way. You can give it a second chance and see what happens. But it seems to me that if a gal was really interested she would have been a bit more restrained with her drinking so that she would be in good shape to ride. I know I wouldn't miss the chance to go riding. Heck, if a guy was nice and I was interested, I would have skipped girls night out to get to know him better!


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Posted on Tue, Jun 13, 2006 10:06

HEY WOLF: IM GLAD YOU GAVE IT A SECOND CHANCE. HANG IN THERE. MAYBE IT WILL TURN OUT TO BE GREAT. AND IF IT DOESN'T THEN AT LEAST YOU CAN'T SAY YOU DIDN'T TRY. I'M GLAD THE SECOND TIME WAS GOOD, AND YOU GOT TO SEE HER AGAIN. BUT IF ALL ELSE FAILS, AT LEAST YOU MADE A GOOD FRIEND. MAKE SURE YOU ARE OPEN AND HONEST WITH HER AT ALL TIMES SO SHE UNDERSTANDS YOU. AND FOR HER TO DO THE SAME. GOOD LUCK AND HOPE THINGS WORK OUT. AT LEAST YOU FOUND A CHANCE TO MAYBE A NEW BEGINNING. TAKE IT DAY BY DAY. ONE STEP AT A TIME. RIDE SAFE & GOD BLESS


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Posted on Mon, Jun 12, 2006 17:04

Hey she called she didn't have to do that if she didn't want to. I however wanted to comment on what fancyflo was talking about. I work with men who no longer drink. They ask about relationships and I simply put it like this. If you go out and fall head over heels and things look wonderful, perfect match. One day you come home early to surprise her with flowers. You open the door and you discover she has left as it wasn't going as good for her as she had hoped. Can you say you will not drink? If the answer is no then I say you're lying that was too quick of an answer. if answer is yes then they are thinking but shouldn't get real involved too quickly. The thing I tell them is to pray to their higher power and ask for strength and guidance.


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Posted on Sun, Jun 11, 2006 19:26

Give it a chance what is there to loose. I dought if she does the girls night out offen. Good luck i have not found any one yet to ride with from this web sight. and i love to ride.


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Posted on Sun, Jun 11, 2006 17:43

Dump her man, Been there and seen the results!!!!


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Posted on Sun, Jun 11, 2006 17:30

Part 2 She called me about 3 hours later and said if I wasn't angry at her (I told her wasn't), if we could go for a ride and that she wanted to take me to breakfast for being such a good sport. We went for a little ride and then to breakfast and then I took her home so she could get ready to go to a wedding in the late afternoon. So, maybe things will work out. again thanks for the comments. bdwolf77


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Posted on Sun, Jun 11, 2006 17:25

Thanks all who have commented the advice to give her a second chance is of the opinion of the group and I told I would be patient and let her work out what ever she is going through. bdwolf77


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Posted on Sun, Jun 11, 2006 07:09

*S G'morning =) I can understand your confusion - and it always is a downer when someone cancels a date - no matter what the reason. I think (and it's just my personal opinion) that this time you might want to give her the benefit of a doubt. I've had mornings where i've stayed out way too late with friends - only to not be able to function well the next day. That being said, I also know when I really am into someone I like, i'll do about anything to make sure i get enough sleep, look great, and make sure I do whatever is necessary to be ready on time. Overall though, as I said, i'd probably give it one more chance. IF it happens again or you pick up vibes about the lack of interest - i'd certainly be "out the door" in a heartbeat hon. Best of luck to you, and keep smilin' *Suzi


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Posted on Sun, Jun 11, 2006 06:05

Well hell man, theres two schools of thought on this one. 1'st she knew the ride was on for the morning so she should have kept that in mind and not drank so much or stayed out so long the night before. or 2'nd, She got carried away with friends and is paying for it now, but still had the decency to call and let you know. Maybe you should have gave her the day to recover and then taken her dinner and a night ride. wait theres a 3'rd.. She been rude and broke a date.. run at the first sign of trouble.. drop her like a rock ect... Personally.. I'd take option two unless it turns into a real problem, folks all come with their own set of personality quirks, you just found one of hers. You enjoy each others company and you think shes really sweet.. So take the fact that she drinks on a night out into account. Find a way to be together that doesn't involve meeting her after a girls night out. And discuss it with her, it's really her input you need .. not ours.


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