Re: Dealing with an overly friendly man
Posted: Thu Dec 17, 2015 5:37 pm
Thanks for the update. We are something of a family here.
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texasgirl wrote:Hi every one. Sorry I have not updated this. My mom was sick so that has kept me busy then Thanksgiving got here and the holiday rush began. I just wanted to update you and thank you for all your input. Since the last incident I've seen this man two times. Once in the grocery store,just as some one suggested I put it used my "B face" looked right at him, didn't say hi or otherwise engage him and kept on moving. He didn't follow me around or attempt to come say hello. About a week later I was turning in to the post office and he was pulling out. He waved and was obviously trying to get my attention. I just looked at him but didn't wave and went about my business. He didn't pull back in (which I half expected) so I'm hoping just not engaging him has shown I'm just not interested in speaking with him and he has moved on. I haven't see him since and that has been a few weeks.
Excaliber wrote:These are positive signs. He may have focused on a new target.
texasgirl wrote:Excaliber wrote:These are positive signs. He may have focused on a new target.
I'm glad he seems to have left me alone but sure hope he has not focused on anyone else.