1. Ever answered messages from someone online out of sheer politeness only to have them come on to you and then when you reject them since you’re not available, don’t really know them, and aren’t attracted to them, they complain that you’re being very unfair?
What on earth is the proper response to that? Maybe not answering at all? Or do I just have to explain it all to him in excruciating detail?
Geeze Louise, guys: just because you’re attracted to someone does NOT mean they are attracted to you. The laws of attraction are what they are and “fairness” has nothing to do with it. Grow up! LOL.
2. Ever since I saw photos of the Geddy Mansion, a Roman Villa reconstruction in Mariposa, CA, I’ve been inspired to create such a house suitable for modern times and in a much smaller scale. My mind has been full it, working out all sorts of details as on my HGTV software I’ve been drawing it. So is it any surprise I’m dreaming architecturally as well?
3. Last night I dreamt I was building not just a house but a scene… a set up for something to happen… and then I’d rebuild the whole scene but with a change or two. I kept doing that over and over again and was actually burning out on it, wondering why I was going to all that trouble. At that point, someone explained to me that I was really building multiple realities of a particular circumstance in order to find just the right one. I kept that up all night. I’m exhausted!
4. A professional network I belong to, Linked In, has me a bit worried. Recently, after having endorsed the skills of some associates on there, I started receiving messages from people I knew, but not on there, thanking or rejecting “my invite” to them to Linked In. These were people who I knew on various social networking sites other than Linked In but whose emails I didn’t have.
One of them, in thanking me, said my personal phone number and both private and business emails were on the invite, information about me he had not formally had. He doesn’t worry me. He’s a friend. But who else did my personal information go out to? If it was everyone I know on social networks… oy-vei! There are some people I wouldn’t appreciate having that about me… Nigerian bloody scammers, for instance. Good grief! How could that happen? Would Linked In have done that on purpose?
Have any of you received Linked In invites from me? If so, what information was included in them about me that you didn’t have previously?