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My problem is with a guy I met on an Internet dating site 3 weeks ago (he's also 40 with no attachments). We started chatting online the first weekend. That turned into phone calls within a few days. The next weekend, I asked him to meet me in a town half-way between us for dinner, but he was deer hunting. The phone calls continued daily, a few times a day or more, and even turned into phone sex at least 3 times. This past weekend (weekend #3) I had a party Friday night with friends so I asked him, once again, to meet me half way on Saturday night. But once again he said, or rather texted, that it's bow hunting season and he was sorry he couldn't make. My response was that I have asked him twice to meet, and have been turned down twice, and was now sorry, too. His response was that bow hunting is the only thing he does for himself all year, and that although he has had to turn me down, he still wants to meet me. Now, he has also taken the entire week of bow hunting season off work to hunt as well. Am I wrong in thinking that if he really wanted to meet me, he may have taken half a day and made the time to do so? I am sort of new at dating since my divorce 2 years ago, so I'm perplexed by his actions. (Check out the dos and don'ts of online dating!)
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