The biggest innovation to my game with Sara in 1988 became my ability to readily accept an outcome where me and my love interest of the moment did not become boyfriend and girlfriend. Up until Sara, I imagine that I told myself that I could readily accept an outcome where me and my love interest didn't make it, but it seemed to always turn out that such a decision was always made for me, for some reason. My newly found skillset in relation to Sara allowed me to better look out for both hers and my own best interests when I just couldn't take it anymore and I bailed. That is why my whole time with Sara remains a well that I still draw water from to this day, as opposed to the time of my first girlfriend, which seems to remain a product of its time. I'm not quite ready to bail on this young woman I can go on about at length on this blog, but, metaphorically speaking, I'm standing at the side door of the airplane, wind in my face, at the proper altitude, weather's good, parachute strapped on, safety chute as well, helmet, goggles, all good, just waiting for the thumbs up from my buddha to leap into the great unknown, which is not quite the great unknown of my youth anymore.
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