Posts Tagged: east village

Community Service Date

—Saturday, May 5, 2012— In most ways anyone could view it, this OHD project was all about me. I was the one benefitting, getting the credit, putting forth opinions and, hopefully, growing as a person. It seemed to make sense that I should at least have one date where the goal was to give back…. Read more »

Midwestern Date

—Tuesday, March 20, 2012— I didn’t have a specific plan for how this date would go, as it merely required the presence of someone from the Midwest, and fortunately, I wasn’t given too much of a chance to over-think it. This date started off as a different date and while I had made plenty of adjustments… Read more »

Lunch Date

—Saturday, March 3, 2012— For one reason or another, lunch dates seemed to be relegated to the province of weekday office breaks and spur of the moment decisions to eat together. On the weekends, brunch reigned supreme and lunch seemed to take a couple days off. When I asked Sandra to lunch, for our second… Read more »

Board Game Date

—Monday, November 14, 2011— Aside from man himself, there is perhaps no game more dangerous than the dating game. It eats some of us alive, spits us out and carries on to the next unsuspecting victim. I don’t like to think of it as a game, but there’s no denying that even the language of… Read more »

Silent Date

—Wednesday, August 10, 2011— Yes, of course I was nervous. Are you kidding me? Not only was I going on a very awkward, non-verbal date, but I didn’t even know the 36 year old woman who would be accompanying me beyond her How About We… profile. Furthermore, she wasn’t aware of One Hundred Dates, and… Read more »