Next piece of the puzzle fell into place

My aunt just brought over my ticket to the speed dating event.

I picked the day/event.

I coordinated transportation.

Since I have no printer at my house, I emailed the email-attached ticket to my aunt.

Looks like I have all my ducks in a row.

Now all's left is to brainstorm witty 'icebreakers,' I'm pretty confident
my natural aplomb and scattalogical mind shall take it from there.  After all, I was quite the debater on my high school debate team.  Nevertheless, I shall view this as a learning opportunity with definite potential.

Less than a month away, I'm starting to get giddy. but I shall be at the upper end of the age interval. 

I have a very general construct in my mind's-eye, but that could all change when planning hits reality.

Nevertheless, I'm really looking forward to this.

Since schooldays have ended,  I've met a paucity of eligible women.  

I'm not a coward, I've just never been tested, if I were, I'd like to think I would pass.  Here's hoping.


Plan Devised, Task Executed, Mission Accomplished

After my Right Hand Man got back to me via SMS this morning, I purchased my ticket to the Speed Dating event.  I go next month.  My ticket was purchased via PayPal which I set up a few years ago when I was living in another city, waiting for the legal issues to settle and move back into my house.


Once More unto the Breach, Dear Friends, Once More

Recently an idea struck me while I was watching TV. I've been brainstorming ways to meet women. Then during an episode of Psych, the two protagonists were speed dating, and it occurred to me that I might want my Right Hand Man to take me to a few.  Phoenix is the fifth (I think) most populous city in the nation; Maricopa county the fastest growing county in America. That makes quite a large and replentishing pond wherein to fish. Nonetheless, it should be fun.


Different Feathers for Different Weathers

The time has come where I am compelled to break out the flannel sheets and electric blanket. 

Sure, sure, the weather may not be too bad for missy people; however, my injury was to my basal ganglia, the part of my brain that controls resting muscle twitch; id est, instead of shivering when I get cold, my muscles clench. But that's why I love AZ.  Only a very few months of cool (not really that cold) weather, yet it's indubitably cold enough for me.