My best block (The Zodiac is separated into three blocks, each containing one of the four elements: Fire, Earth, Air, Water, in that order, starting with Aries) was the last block of Sagittarius, Capricorn, Aquarius, and Pisces. It held my most significant and meaningful connections.
Sagittarius. Oh, lovely Sagittarius.
The polar opposite of Cancer for me, if ever I were in need of a life partner, I’d actively look for a Sagittarius. I’ve yet to meet one I don’t instantly like and appreciate.
The less significant of the two, who I met in a KIK group, was a startlingly attractive divorcee. We shared pleasant and friendly interactions over chat and agreed to meet at a bar of his choosing. Having the date pick the public meeting place had the added benefit of getting to experience several fabulous bars and restaurants to which I’d never have, otherwise, ventured. The place he picked was a spacious, blue-collar bar with a dance floor that I enjoyed very much.
I was the first to arrive and, similarly to the first Cancer experience, I began to ask around in an attempt to find him. When he arrived, and a group of other female patrons caught sight of him on his way in, they commented that I was a lucky girl then, stepping back, and in sincerity, commented that he was, also, lucky. A handsome couple we made to the onlooker and we knew it which was the first fun of the connection we shared. And, “fun” is the right word. Our whole evening was just fun.
We sat over beers and nachos, trying to continue our natural, verbal connection, but the music was too loud. Giving into our surroundings, we ventured to the dance floor. He, not being much of a dancer, let me shine and if I’m to shine anywhere, it’s in dance. His appreciation for my skill was a pleasant ego boost.
However, we both wanted to get to know each other better, so we agreed that we needed to move on to some place less noisy. We got in our respective cars and I followed him to the Old Port, Portland Maine’s nightlife central. We walked and talked, hand-in-hand, stimulating and challenging each other’s intellect.
We stopped at a bar for drinks. Both having an interest in public exhibitionism, the mutual seduction going on between us was noteworthy to those around us…