Well, we finally have proof that I'm nuts. I drove to Albany at 2 AM today to have breakfast with a man who I didn't even know existed a week and a half ago. We were talking, then I went clothes shopping, then I spent a minute or two in the middle of a high speed car chase (yes, I'm serious, this IS my life after all), then called him when I got home and chatted, he then said something that made me absolutely melt, he asked if I wanted to meet halfway between us for breakfast, I agreed, we got a hotel room, I arrived at 4 and got to sleep around 5, he arrived at 6:30, we got up at 10, had breakfast, spent time together, and left at 1:30 this afternoon. I know that was a long sentence. You should have heard me speaking last night. He made me melt, utterly incapable of more than a dozen words for half an hour. I didn't expect it. I wasn't sure I was as "into" him as he was into me, but suddenly the two weeks until he is coming to visit seemed like forever.
So what about the other guy? Good question. Yes, I felt a connection to him, yes I felt that we were compatible, but no, he didn't make me feel the way the gentleman from Rochester did. Does. So now what? Now I enjoy my blossoming relationship (long distance though, ugh), and see how the local blossoming friendship blossoms.
As for now, I'm not focusing too well, even though I napped, so I'm going to go have some food and veg out in front of the tv. By the way, I had to go to the cable office but they finally came and replaced the part that had worn out. Unfortunately, they put in the signal blocker that should have been in ages ago to prevent me from getting stations I don't pay for. Ah well. It was good while it lasted, and I'll see how much I miss them.