I met her yesterday and also her son. Things were a little awckward initially because of the language barrier and the interepreter was getting into a bit of a muddle sometimes but I have finally met her face to face.
I gotta say I still don't beleive how young she looks and how thin she is. Her body is so thin it's almost unbeleiveable. I can't possibly imagine what she looked like when she was pregnant with her son!
Well seeing her up close is totally different from seeing her from several meter's away. Her eyes are so... interesting.
We didn't really hit it off to start with as I think she was feeling a bit awckward about the age gap issue (She's older than me though to see her you would think she is still 26 max). She did say that she remembered me and recognised me from all those months ago at the previous shows and questioned whether I had tried to approach her with flowers on a previous occassion (which I hadn't so I could only dissappoint her and say "It wasn't me!").
Well she went and performed with her son in the show. At the end of the show her son saw me and the interpreter in the front row and smiled nicely when he realised that we were both clapping at him because he had performed a big part very well with no mistakes etc. He was absolutely great!. When we met her after the show at the back of the theatre the whole thing just seemed to change. She seemed more friendly this time along with her son who still refused to speak to the interpreter in Russian and would only talk to his mum in Moldovian so that the interpreter couldn't relay what was being said - Bright little chap really..
I also found out that despite being 7 years old he likes drinking beer. Is there a reason for this? - Do Moldovan's prefer alchohol because of a water shortage or something?. I also found out that she cannot get him to eat a lot and prays to god that he will eat a whole meal though he is apparently happy to destroy a McDonalds meal within minutes.
I was at first thinking that the son didn't like me at all. He seemed to change his opinion once he realised that I did actually like him and that I could genuinely smile!
When we met outside the theatre I think she was happier when she realised that I liked her son and didn't see him as a problem. She seemed a little more communicative and generally easier going!.
Well before she boarded the coach I asked her if she would like to meet again and she said yes but she would need to find out when the show was not performing so she could spare the time. I asked if it would be alright to call her in a few days to arrange something and she said yes. As she was walking to the coach she turned around and said that she would be waiting for my call.
turboz - this message is meant specifically for you (haven't seen your comments lately hope you are still here). I am in Odessa on my great Romance Tour (you must remember me and my questions regarding choice of St. Petersburg or Odessa). Iam sitting right now in an Internet Cafe inb Odessa (a long way from my native Wisconsin). At the first "social" I happened to meet the most incredible two women I have ever met. Two actually, they are Moldovian. Olga and Deanna. Both 23 years old and of absolute photomodel quality. They even speak wonderful English. Are they materialistic? Yes, a little. We did go on a couple of shopping trips but at 5.2 grieva to the dollar, nothing costed much (and things that did I said no to). I have had the time of my life - with Olga especially. She has since returned to Moldova (which is why I have time to write this) with Deanna but will return with her mother tomorrow. Will update soon. But Turboz - you are right. Moldovans even outshine Ukrainians - and that is saying A LOT.
Funny thing is despite the fact my moldovan friend was "Beautiful" when I first met saw her when I met her face to face she'd changed her hair style to a "Less attractive" one. None the less I still pursued and just got hurt by the b!tch.
Oh how I felt used by the woman (aswell as insulted, embarrassed etc). By the time I figured out she was playing mind games with me the interpreter was refusing to help me again for the very reason that my moldovan friend seemed unstable - The interpreter wanted nothing to do with it again.
Yes I remember you BTW, and like I said sorry about being such an a$$ previously - No offence meant.
Yes I had heard from numerous sources that Moldovan's are the most beautiful on the earth - glad you agree. Be careful though cos they like a nice fat wallet (especially when they can help you to empty it) and then when they had what they want... Need I say more?
now we all know what your opinion about her is.
From Stargazer to Grumpy in mere months - obviously something has gone wrong, very normal I'd say, but the contrast is a bit stark.
Also, it would be interesting to hear her opinion.....
Point is T, nobody needs this, and very few will believe a very one-sided opinion. Coming from someone who's described himself already as (what were your words again?) makes it even less believable, and the word 'revenge' springs to mind.
C'mon mate, back to square 1, make it a new year's resolution: start afresh?
LOL Stargazer to Grumpy in months? - You should have seen what I was like a while ago.
Beleive me buddy I'm just gettin back on track.
People can really p*ss me off sometimes and she was no exception. Like I said the interpreter refused to have anything else to do with the woman for the very reason she couldn't understand what was running through her mind and TRUST ME, you wouldn't want her opinion.
Just out of curiosity, wher'd you get the idea for "Stargazer" from?
I should of started a new thread - I only responded to this to write to JetM and ended up banging on about past probs - Ooops