First and foremost: a great big THANK YOU to everyone who rallied to my defense during Wednesday’s Soccer Mom PJs debacle. Secondly, if you haven’t read TWD’s comment, you should—not just because it paints me in a rather positive light (heck, I started crying as I was reading it!) but because he’s never commented before and it’s the closest to “meeting” him that most of you will ever get.
Now, last but not least, I need your help.
(I know, I know. I’m always whining or complaining or asking for recipes that require minimal effort and minimal ingredients but this time it’s fun, I promise!)
I’m putting the finishing touches on my PowerPoint for Online Dating 101, the free workshop I’ll be giving through the Free Library of Philadelphia starting next week, and I want to make sure I haven’t overlooked anything.
- If you were coming to a workshop on online dating, what would you want to know?
- If you’ve tried online dating, what have you found to be the most challenging or frustrating?
- If you haven’t tried online dating, why not? (And don’t just say, “I’m married.” Say something like, “I’m skeptical of online dating because I think it’s too expensive but I have come to this workshop to be enlightened and I would be oh-so-thankful if the next slide on your PowerPoint will address free and low-cost online dating services.)
- Finally, what do you think of my “manthropological” approach to dating? Seriously. I can take it.
I’ve put together some awesome swag bags for the workshops, including cute little notepads for attendees to record their “research” with stickers on the front that say “It’s not dating, it’s fieldwork.” And even though I think this is the greatest concept ever, I’m sure I’ll have a few attendees who disagree with me.
So if you disagree as well, tell me. Tell me now so I’ll be prepared for whatever next week’s workshop has to offer.
And on that note, have a great weekend, folks.