Great answer.And you're right - challenged intellectually is proper.
Yes, phew. And, well said.
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So true.Your phrasing reminds me of something I haven't thought about in years... My stepfather used to say when I was a teenager-young 20s, "You need someone to sharpen your claws on", ha ha. Which was in reference to what a verbal family we were, and how I evidently needed some verbal sparring in my men, or I would get bored. And how right he was. I hate fighting, and tension, but man, do I love some playfulness and verbal foreplay.
Also Ms. Amanda - Remember our money talks ;) I had fun arguing with that :)I'm sure I have worn out Ms. Triple B too with that :)
lolol. Indeed, I do believe we have exhausted that topic.I'm quite proud of us. Though what I like best is that I have come to know you better and better over this past year, and I see your dimensions now. You have grown, and I have had the opportunity to see a more expanded view of your thinking. 🕊
Hm. I see there is plenty of room for the money topic still. Even with my friend I have discussed so much about the money topic (more than with you and Ms. Triple B combined) and I think the next time I meet him, that there will be even more. 😁Fortunately there are also women out there, who value money in the right way (saying that money is extremely important but they won't dump a good boyfriend for a Midas in an G-Wagen) as in they build their credit, maintain their finances correctly and some of them even LOVE talking about money and investments. One of these ladies must be waiting for me. I have however seen some of them and they are taken/married :( :( :(Yay :D Good for us!
Very cool.You must be good at troubleshooting and fixing things. I'm terrible at that. I love guys who are good at it.
Somewhat, yes. My forte is mainly taking ideas for machinery and other things and making them into reality.
I know! Not intentional. Kingdomforakiss pointed that out too. But no edits, and I didn't think it worth an Update.
I believe it.