The Second Date

Marla was taking a stroll on her last vacation day in the summer, enjoying the quiet neighborhood close to where she lived and the beautiful weather when her cell rang.  It was Dean.  Smiling she answered it.  “Hi, Dean.

“Hi, Marla.  I just wanted to call and tell you that I had a really great time last night.”

They had dinner at the swanky Polo Bar.

“Me too.”

“You mentioned that you like Jazz so I was wondering if you would like to go to Bill’s Place with me tonight?”

“Sure, I’d love that.”

“Good.  I’ll pick you up at seven.”

“It’s a date!”

He smiled.  “Yes, it is.  The second of many, I hope.”

Sources:  Trip Advisor; Conde Nast Traveler;

4 thoughts on “The Second Date

      • A man needs to always be in tune with a lady (even on a first date). Body language and expressions can guide him. That is where today’s generation with their obsession with social media on their cell phones miss out.

        Have a good one.

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      • Yes, it’s important for the man and woman to be in tune with one another and it’s refreshing and you’re right about social media and cell phones. People rarely connect face to face. Most of the time it’s through Twitter or Facebook or texting. Social media is affecting the old fashioned ways of socializing. There was time when I didn’t used to see people with their heads down, texting or surfing on their cells or tablets. I see them on the subway, the bus and even walking down the street. Life was so different when I was growing up. And so was dating.

        You have yourself a good one too.


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