Yes, it’s true. I’m smitten. I met a man who is seriously almost too good to be true. He’s not perfect. And neither am I. But as my favorite line in Good Will Hunting goes, “You’re not perfect, sport, and let me save you the suspense: this girl you’ve met, she’s not perfect either. But the question is whether or not you’re perfect for each other.”
That is THE question.
I’ve been looking for quite some time, let me tell you, but I believe my patience and lack of settling has paid off and in fact, has actually led me to him… but maybe I’m wrong, who knows. I do know though that I’m all the better for having met him, and that’s cool enough for me…
While our chemistry is something I’ve never experienced before, there is also some amazing things we have in common that quite frankly, are hard to believe. This got me thinking about the absurdity and importance of the small things in our life and how difficult it is to find others who share some of these small things in common with us. I’m starting to wonder, maybe, just maybe, there is someone out there for everyone. (If only people would actually take the time to look for her/him we might not have as much divorce, but that’s another blog…) So, to get you thinking about your own relationship or perhaps future relationship, here are some small things I’ve noticed I have in common with the man I’m dating and it’s so damn weird and cool, I almost again, think he’s too good to be true…
1. We both like our meat/chicken/fish very well done.
2. Chips are our downfall, kettle chips in particular.
3. Music is a passion (for him, a career as well) yet neither of us really talked about it initially…
4. Breaking Bad is an obsession.
5. He’s the perfect assistant to me while I cook.
6. I’m the perfect assistant to him while he shops.
7. The night is young to both of us at midnight.
8. Mac is the only computer.
9. Sitting on the floor around the table for dinner is good for both of us.
10. Lightly dressed salad is the way to go.
11. Warm weather is better than cold.
I could go on… but I’ll stop here. Eleven, as many of my readers know, is my favorite number..
While it’s nice to have the larger things in common, one could argue the small things are equally important.
As Vincent Van Gogh once said, “Great things are done by a series of small things brought together.”