Tuesday, April 20, 2010
Last night, over dinner, Beloved mentioned he was interested in asking M out on a date. The thought does not surprise me, considering they work side by side & get along well. I actually enjoy her company quite a bit.
My only concern is that Beloved dated a woman at the same place of work in her early 20's last year, with sad consequences. I am not sure whether her being so much younger than him or the fact that they worked together doomed the relationship. I am leaning towards the age thing.
I am also not sure of M's love style. I do know that she was dating a boy several months ago, but I have not heard anything further. I also do not know whether or not she is polyamorous.
I have been involved with Beloved for 2 1/2 years, living with him, since October. He is by far the most compatible person I have ever had a romantic relationship with. I love him very much & hope our relationship lasts many many years.
Although Beloved is 14 years older than me, we seem to be on the same life path. I have one child, Baby, 13-years-old, who resides with us. He has two grown children who are no longer living at home. Neither of us want any more children.
We are polyamourous (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Polyamory), believing that it is possible to fall in love with more than one person at the same time, seeking romantic partners that accept & support that philosophy.
By society standards, we are both kinky, although I would just say that we are open to new sexual experiences & are very excepting of other people's sexual desires.
We both enjoy motorcycles. I actually got him into the feeling of freedom that comes with riding a motorcycle, but he rides more often than I do. We have plans to ride across the country on a charity motorcycle event this summer.
We both work in the same industry & sometimes work side by side. When we do work together, we get along very well.
We both have the same taste in people, delighting in those who we enjoy & snickering at those we dislike.
Most importantly, we take a great deal of delight in each other!