It’s time to ask a man out

by singlemomseeking on October 13, 2008

When a dating site asks you to be an expert, I’m not sure it’s exactly redeeming. “Hi, my name is Rachel and I’m a serial dater–”

So, here I am, a new single blogger at

In case you haven’t heard of, it’s okay. I hadn’t heard of it, until recently.

In short, is the only website entirely devoted to helping you find your “missed connections.”

Maybe you chatted with someone at the store but never got his/her email address, or you exchanged glances across a crowded coffee shot but felt too shy to approach.

So, instead of randomly connecting to someone online you’re re-connecting with someone with whom you’ve already made a connection in the real world.

There’s no registration. No forms. It’s free!

So, what does this mean for you? Once a month, one of my posts will start here, on my site, and eventually end at Kizmeet.

But where was I? Oh, yes, connecting

You can read the rest of the post here.

Be sure to comment here, or at Kizmeet, about how you reached out and touched another human being this week.

Update: If you haven’t read Kendall’s comment — No. 6 below — please scroll down ASAP. Wow. You can read the full story here.

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Honey October 17, 2008 at 4:22 pm

I did classic chick game, as Lance calls it, to get the BF to ask me out initially. I e-mailed him first (myspace) and when we had exchanged a few, he tried to add me as a friend but couldn’t because he didn’t know my last name. He asked me, and I said that I only friended those I had met in person…BOOM! He asked me out! Awesome.

Honey’s last blog post…Defining Poverty


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