Let me take it from the top when I saw your vehicle stop, I thought that you were going to simply ask for directions. Much to my surprise you looked deep into my eyes and said you see me every day. I probably took a step back praying that you were just a "gawker" and not some kind of crazed stalker. But you asked if I was married, said that I was so fine, then asked if you could possibly call me. I thanked you, but said I wasn't ready for anything quite like that yet. You smiled, said you understood, wished me well, and drove away. Now that I have had a chance to think on it. this is what I wish I'd have had the nerve to say... You say I'm fine? Well, you are Fione, capital "F" and I had to add that "o". Yes, brother, you've got it going ON. And although you look good, and stepped to me like you should, I'm afraid to be used like a pawn. First of all, you asked me for my number, but I can't help but wonder if you ever really intend to use it? Or is this just a ploy to see if I would give out my digits, and then you'd conveniently lose it? Game playing is for kids, but some grown folk still play, although they swear that they won't. They promise they'll do something, and then when push comes to shove, guess what? You got it, they don't. And if you do intend to call, would you be calling for the booty, or allow me to show you my mind? Cause a more caring, genuinely down to earth person would be quite difficult for you to find. But if I could have, I would have told you that to hear that compliment spoken, was an eargasm to my ears. Been a long time since I actually heard such words spoken to me, but I couldn't move beyond my fears... And I mean that literally, cause after I walked away, my heart was racing, and my knees were quivering. Not often do I have to step out of my head, and get reacquainted with what this kind of reality might be delivering. So brotha, I'd like to thank you for your kind words. Odds are you're truly a gentleman in every possible way. But calling me sometime, at this time, would be more than either one of us can handle. But I'll be ready when it happens, some day.