I don't want to go into online dating or go to a meet up I am not ready for that.
But I would like to find someone to go to the movies etc with. We chatted for a few hours, and when we I walked her to her car, I said, I would like to see you again.
In the '60s as a late teen and in my early 20s I met most of those I dated at dances, I went on Friday and Saturday night around a country dance circuit.
Now if I meet men it is mainly as part of a couple and not as singles.
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