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Have a date tomorrow night (I hope - right now still no babysitter for tke kidlet).

Met through eHarmony - no picture - but my gut isn't telling me this is an issue. Not feeling overly nervous. I asked her - she accepted. She has volunteered her phone and real e-mail address to me, that takes some trust and interest. Last phone call was 90 minutes, good sign, not a crazy amount of time on the phone though.

We are going to an outdoor concert (rather not say who for privacy reasons, identifies the venue).

1) Struggling on what to wear. It's going to be warm (80+ degrees) but shorts etc. tend to reveal all, including my pasty white legs LOL. Not going to wear a turtleneck either but still, struggling big time on this one.

2) It is a general seating event. Don't want to get there to early but of course don't want to be sitting in the last row - can't figure out any way to balance the two. Is arriving 30 to 45 minutes early too much or too little time? Have no idea on the state of ticket sales - but my GA ticket is issued for section A, row 1, seats 39 & 40 (which is meaningless other than to say if it was assigned seating, I'd be in the first row on stage right - too bad it's not assigned seating!).

If she turns out to be just utterly repulsive due to personality, hygeine, or to a lesser extent looks (I'm not shallow), I'll just suck it up and enjoy the concert - it is one of my favorite artists and I didn't want to go solo.

We are meeting at a public venue prior to the concert near by.

Advice from the class appreciated - one kind of funny point - she's 4'11" - I'm 6'1" - LOL!
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