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Not jump out of a plane crazy, because I don’t have a death wish, but something out of my comfort zone. What I won’t be sharing: Names (of the innocent or guilty still remains to be seen) Which sites I’m on Personal details (think vague but clear enough to be understood) I actually waded my way in at the end of the year and I have to tell you, there are a lot of folks on these sites. I get a message now and then, and one guy even called me beautiful. Not sure how often I’ll have anything to share, but maybe I’ll slide in funny stories of my past experiences.
But a lot of it was stressful and kicked my butt and as a result, I dropped a lot of balls. So it’s time to get back on the horse, in more ways than one, and I figured why not do something crazy? Other than the first venture, the experiences haven’t been positive, which is probably why it takes five years to try again. So I’m back in the game and I’ll be sharing the journey.