So, I haven't written for a while and thought it was about time to give you a quick update on my movements. I am now back in London on a weekly basis and have found a wonderful, discreet serviced apartment near London Bridge/ Borough. It is ideal for you city workers and also friends coming in to London Bridge Station. I have been restricting my diary somewhat, to allow myself time to get back into the swing of things, but am pleased to say I am loving being back in London. Having some time off has certainly reignited my passion for this hobby and also given me some time to reflect on what I want to achieve from it. I am still in the process of increasing me days and hours so please keep this in mind when arranging a date, as I may not always be available last minute.
Anyhow, I stumbled across an interesting website the other day when doing some research on advertising. I'm sure some of you are probably aware of it, but it is new to me. Basically it is designed for people looking for an arrangement. Typically wealthy gentlemen looking for a lady to see on a regular basis in the return for financial assistance. It seems to be a very popular site, however I'm not sure how successful it is in terms of actually finding someone compatible. I was intrigued by it and decided to sign up and see how well it works.
As many of you know, I am studying and have other commitments which narrows down the time I am available to meet you lovely gents. I do prefer longer dates and with friends I have met before. So what better way of encouraging this by using Seeking Arrangements.
What are your views on arrangements? I'm sure there's some of you that are against them and others that are for them. I have had a couple of arrangements in the past and they have worked well for as long as both parties expectations remain the same. Problems occur when expectations change. For example, the time spent together isn't enough for one party, or the financial support no longer meets the other party's needs. And of course, not forgetting the dreaded 'EMOTIONS' may get in the way. However, I guess there is potential for long term arrangements and I for one am all for them.
Anyway, I best get back to my essay on making and remaking society, so until next time...