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Posted on Fri, Jan 31, 2014 07:36

 

 How much “get there” time is reasonable for starting a long term relationship (LTR)

 

 

 

To get around in a heavily populated area, miles are a useless term.  Time to get there, rush hour and non-rush hour, is how people here usually answer when you ask them how far away something is.  If they give you the miles, the usual follow up question is how long does it take you to get there. 

 

 

 

Rush hour is itself no longer an hour.  2 to 4 hours usually.  Staggered starting and quitting times is part of the reason.  More people drive on some days also.  Flexible starting and quitting times at some companies adds a certain randomness too.   

 

 

 

So, what is a reasonable amount of travel time to routinely and regularly travel to see a date?  Someone with whom you would like to establish a LTR?

 

 

 

How often do you need to see this person to establish a LTR?

 



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Posted on Sun, Apr 06, 2014 07:05

Quoting Diana3316:

Hah...You are too kind RMac.  That may very well be, and was for a while.... but Baby got tired.  *wink*  :))



Well, you could try only dating retired men.  It is perfectly possible to louse up a decent retirement, but it might be worth it.  : - )



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Posted on Sat, Apr 05, 2014 20:21

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Aww shoot Diana, you know perfectly well what the problem is.  Remember your story about the Dallas quarterback who played a lousy game because of being totally mooney over his girlfriend.  I'd say 2 to 3 years shows remarkable perseverance in the face of extreme distraction. 

 



Hah...You are too kind RMac.  That may very well be, and was for a while.... but Baby got tired.  *wink*  :))



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Posted on Fri, Apr 04, 2014 22:02

Quoting rmac22:

Shouldn't this be in SMax's Country Boy blog?



Seem's I'm behind...SMAX...The Gabor's were well known for their Hungarian PUTSFAH! So funny, the matchers out there,Knowing they must incorperate another to match, and roll with the changes. :-)LV1



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Posted on Fri, Apr 04, 2014 06:55

Quoting leonicvirgo:

Fly Me To The Moon....Dadadada...dadada:

Q: What do you get when you cross a pilgrim with a democrat?
A: A god-fearing tax collector who gives thanks for what other people have.

 

Green acres is the place to be.
Farm livin' is the life for me. 
Land spreadin' out so far and wide 
Keep Manhattan, just give me that countryside. 
New York is where I'd rather stay. 
I get allergic smelling hay. 
I just adore a penthouse view. 
Dah-ling I love you but give me Park Avenue. 
...The chores. 
...The stores. 
...Fresh air. 
...Times Square 
You are my wife. 
Good bye, city life. 
Green Acres we are there.

http://youtu.be/wzT1kO_-xbQ



Shouldn't this be in SMax's Country Boy blog?



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Posted on Tue, Apr 01, 2014 23:38

Quoting 3345roc:

Can't deny your uncanny ability to stop a blog dead in it's tracks.

 

It's a gift!



I see the glass half full in a relationship, with a mix of good, and bad stuff, Roc. The majority of relationships tend to fill it with the same old mix. Not that way with me. Relationships change, and the individual must change with it, What one fills the glass with is as important as the substance already contained.



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Posted on Sun, Mar 30, 2014 21:09

Quoting rmac22:

Jenkeee,

 

Greart picture.  I saw a full moon just off the horizon during its clossest approach to earth.  I had not been paying attention to the news and was unaware of the "giant moon" they were talking about.  According to the science radio station it was 11% bigger appearing than normal.  I would have guessed more than that. 

 

Good luck here on earth. 

 

 

RMac



Thanks RMac, sorry, I just saw this post of yours 6 weeks later!  Thanks for the wish :) Here is an incredible photo of a Super Moon.

 

Super Moon rising above Sierra Nevada Sequoia National Park California


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Posted on Sun, Mar 30, 2014 19:28

Quoting leonicvirgo:

Fly Me To The Moon....Dadadada...dadada:

Q: What do you get when you cross a pilgrim with a democrat?
A: A god-fearing tax collector who gives thanks for what other people have.

 

Green acres is the place to be.
Farm livin' is the life for me. 
Land spreadin' out so far and wide 
Keep Manhattan, just give me that countryside. 
New York is where I'd rather stay. 
I get allergic smelling hay. 
I just adore a penthouse view. 
Dah-ling I love you but give me Park Avenue. 
...The chores. 
...The stores. 
...Fresh air. 
...Times Square 
You are my wife. 
Good bye, city life. 
Green Acres we are there.

http://youtu.be/wzT1kO_-xbQ



Can't deny your uncanny ability to stop a blog dead in it's tracks.

 

It's a gift!



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Posted on Thu, Mar 27, 2014 14:04

Fly Me To The Moon....Dadadada...dadada:

Q: What do you get when you cross a pilgrim with a democrat?
A: A god-fearing tax collector who gives thanks for what other people have.

 

Green acres is the place to be.
Farm livin' is the life for me. 
Land spreadin' out so far and wide 
Keep Manhattan, just give me that countryside. 
New York is where I'd rather stay. 
I get allergic smelling hay. 
I just adore a penthouse view. 
Dah-ling I love you but give me Park Avenue. 
...The chores. 
...The stores. 
...Fresh air. 
...Times Square 
You are my wife. 
Good bye, city life. 
Green Acres we are there.

http://youtu.be/wzT1kO_-xbQ



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Posted on Wed, Mar 26, 2014 20:58

Quoting Diana3316:

Lololol.....we are still very good friends Pat.  I talk to him pretty often...usually monthly, but he has a new gf now.  It's a long sad story.....and it involves money....MINE! 

 

It's funny how every man I've ever been with has a good paying job/career when I first meet him.  Then after about 2 or 3 yrs something happens and there's no more job.  I somehow have a very bad effect on men's careers.  It's like I jinx them....I don't know what it is.  It's happened 3 times.  It's no one's fault except my own, because I stay and stay not wanting the relationship to be based just on a job/money.  Eventually my love and respect fades.  I'm a very giving person and don't mind working...but I just don't want to pull the wagon alone. 

 

I haven't had a steady bf for about 5 yrs now and have a lot more money.  :)) *wink*




Aww shoot Diana, you know perfectly well what the problem is.  Remember your story about the Dallas quarterback who played a lousy game because of being totally mooney over his girlfriend.  I'd say 2 to 3 years shows remarkable perseverance in the face of extreme distraction. 

 



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Posted on Sun, Feb 16, 2014 23:47

Quoting Jenkneee:

I would drive to the moon for the right guy :)

 

 



Jenkeee,

 

Greart picture.  I saw a full moon just off the horizon during its clossest approach to earth.  I had not been paying attention to the news and was unaware of the "giant moon" they were talking about.  According to the science radio station it was 11% bigger appearing than normal.  I would have guessed more than that. 

 

Good luck here on earth. 

 

 

RMac



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Posted on Sun, Feb 16, 2014 12:52

Happy snogging... better bring one of those pillows with you.... 


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Posted on Sun, Feb 16, 2014 12:26

Quoting rmac22:

 

Would you all wear flowers in your hair? 

 


There is NO doubt!  lolol  Don't many people love to re-live their childhood?  



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Posted on Sat, Feb 15, 2014 23:21

I would drive to the moon for the right guy :)

 

 


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Posted on Sat, Feb 15, 2014 18:18

Quoting Diana3316:

I know it RMac!!  :))  I am seriously beginning to think if I can not fall in love again by the time I am 60, I will begin to try to find a group of ladies to commune live with.  We'd grow our own veggies, have backyard chickens and share the expenses of a really nice little farm.  We'll hire a couple of handymen to do the heavy lifting and be satisfied with that.  *wink*

 

PS:  We might also be able to find room for one thoughtful and kind professor if desired.



 

Would you all wear flowers in your hair? 

 



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Posted on Sat, Feb 15, 2014 15:47

Quoting Diana3316:

You're Weird Roc!



Weird?  I take it that's not a compliment.  

 

I try to eat cucumbers and mushrooms every day.  They are both considered super foods and are some of the most popular crops grown around the world.... and they are green, your favorite color.



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Posted on Fri, Feb 14, 2014 21:10

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I heard that cucumbers are easy to grow, make a dandy crop and are great for finger sandwiches.



You're Weird Roc!



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Posted on Fri, Feb 14, 2014 16:03

Quoting Diana3316:

I know it RMac!!  :))  I am seriously beginning to think that if I can not fall in love again by the time I am 60, I will begin to try to find a group of ladies to commune live together.  We'd grow our own veggies, have backyard chickens and share the expenses of a really nice little farm. *wink*

 

PS:  We might also be able to find room for one thoughtful and kind professor if desired.



I heard that cucumbers are easy to grow, make a dandy crop and are great for finger sandwiches.



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Posted on Fri, Feb 14, 2014 08:44

Quoting rmac22:

 

Consider too all the money you save on gas and airfare.  : - )

 

 

 

RMac

 


I know it RMac!!  :))  I am seriously beginning to think if I can not fall in love again by the time I am 60, I will begin to try to find a group of ladies to commune live with.  We'd grow our own veggies, have backyard chickens and share the expenses of a really nice little farm.  We'll hire a couple of handymen to do the heavy lifting and be satisfied with that.  *wink*

 

PS:  We might also be able to find room for one thoughtful and kind professor if desired.



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Posted on Thu, Feb 13, 2014 15:56

Quoting Diana3316:

Lololol.....we are still very good friends Pat.  I talk to him pretty often...usually monthly, but he has a new gf now.  It's a long sad story.....and it involves money....MINE! 

 

It's funny how every man I've ever been with has a good paying job/career when I first meet him.  Then after about 2 or 3 yrs something happens and there's no more job.  I somehow have a very bad effect on men's careers.  It's like I jinx them....I don't know what it is.  It's happened 3 times.  It's no one's fault except my own, because I stay and stay not wanting the relationship to be based just on a job/money.  Eventually my love and respect fades.  I'm a very giving person and don't mind working...but I just don't want to pull the wagon alone. 

 

I haven't had a steady bf for about 5 yrs now and have a lot more money.  :)) *wink*



 

Consider too all the money you save on gas and airfare.  : - )

 

 

 

RMac

 



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