The other two were drunken one-night stands during college, before she knew better - or more accurately, when she learned better.
She is growing more and more self-conscious and concerned about the fact that she is still single in her thirties.
He had seemed interested in her - he was even affectionate in bed; but now he isn't calling.
In the back of her mind she knows there will be attractive men out tonight, and she is hoping to eventually meet someone she can date seriously.
She'd been a little tipsy and given in when her girlfriends pressured her to go ask him for his number.
It had felt a bit strange to do it, but in the end they dated for eight months, so for a while she thought it was the right move - at least until he dumped her for a girl who he said was more "his type." The 23-year-old meets her girlfriends, who are waiting in a big crowd at the velvet rope outside the nightclub.
It is the middle of winter and a light snow is just starting to fall.The single question that consumes her mind is whether or not she is hot enough to be let inside. She knows she is hot, but the other girls waiting to get in look like supermodels.But as the bouncer lifts the rope and chooses her and her friends before all the others, her excitement and ego both skyrocket.However, she hasn't thought too much beyond the evening and maybe the start of a relationship.Right now, the excitement and nervousness of going to a high-end nightclub for the first time occupies her mind, as she grew up and went to college in the rural South where all they had were a few dive bars.If you can not find the form or publication that you are looking for, type a search term into the search tool at the top of the page.