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Not when I was 21, and certainly not as a 51-year-old divorced parent of three.Perhaps it was my Roman Catholic background that shaped my views on relationships and love, but I used to think the sugar-daddy-sugar baby dynamic was silly and taboo.I wasn't really sure how to read him, and I'm usually pretty good at that.After some brief small-talk (you know, the typical what-are-your-hobbies-what-are-you-looking-for chitchat), we set up a coffee date.It was pretty uncomfortable at first, since he showed up wearing a suit and asked very non-personal questions about my life."Tell me a little bit more about yourself," and, "What have you learned from your past relationships? It felt more like a job interview than a date, and there were no fireworks exploding like I had hoped.I wanted to take control of my life and smile again. As striking as this blonde-hair, blue-eyed guy was, he just wasn't stable enough for me. But OKCupid, e Harmony — none of them felt quite right for me.
Oddly enough, he never asked if I had children and I don't remember ever bringing mine up.
But one thing was for sure: With his dark hair, piercing blue eyes and 6'5" frame, I was definitely attracted to him.
Given the very proper, business-like nature of our first date, I was caught off-guard when he asked me to go get breakfast a couple of days later.
Now that I think of it, he threw in an extra 0 every now and again — you know, just to be nice. It wasn't about neon-colored Camaros, colossal diamonds or nights at five-star hotel suites.
He drove a high-end import car, but it wasn't fiery red.
I existed to make dinner for the kids and provide an open ear when he needed to vent.