Now that I am a senior citizen, I still have “it.” The last man I was involved with was in my life for over 11 years. Yes, I married him and yes, he was unsuitable. At the end of this relationship I was damaged and poor. When he was gone I had nothing. I am still damaged and poor, but it appears I still have “it.”
These unsuitable men still want something from me. They do not want to give me anything, except maybe a headache. You see, old as I am, and poor as I am, I still have a car and some abilities left in the ways of the computer. The unsuitable men I have had “hit” on me do not waste time “courting;” they go right to asking to be a boyfriend or even right to a marriage proposal. Those who want my car or for me to take them places in my car, always invite me out on a date. Then, in the next sentence they tell me they have no car.
Next, there are those who have heard I know computers and they want to be my boyfriend so I can set up a web site or an email account for them. (There is no offer to pay me for my skills.) One even wanted me to type a letter for him to submit to someone about renting some property. When I refuse to do whatever it is they want and tell them I am not interested in any kind of relationship with them, they miraculously disappear from my life. They even stop speaking to me. YEAH!!!!
A man I had seen in my apartment complex twice, walking around, actually proposed marriage. He needed my expertise to help study for some job he was interested in. And a man that I met at an art gallery told me he was separated; upon further questioning, it appears that the separation was a physical one because his wife was out of town.
Please, please, powers that be, I do not want to have “IT” anymore.