Are You Friggin' Kidding Me?

One Bostonian's Misadventures in Dating

Jeff Goldblum Boyfriend, continued


Forgive me, as I’m typing this on my phone and there are bound to be several autocorrect failures, but I HAVE to catch you all up on JGB.

Things are wonderful right now. :):):)

We chatted here and there during the week and we made plans to go out on Saturday. I had tickets for minor league baseball at Fenway. Despite a late start (thanks to Boston’s transportation system making JGB almost 45 minutes late…I knew he was running late since e was keeping me up to speed), we had a good time. We ran into his friends who were also there and sat next to them after awhile. Early on, it was just the two of us catching up on what had gone on during the week and getting to know each other better. He genuinely was interested in the baseball game, but didn’t understand who we playing so he kept asking me questions to understand better. Once we moved and sat with his friends, he put his arm around me and we sort of cuddled for a bit.

We left the games early, since he said he owed me dinner and drinks for being late. We went to a bar in my neighborhood and had a nice dinner with some beers. I figured our date was over then, which I was a little bummed about, but then he asked if I wanted to go back downtown.

We decided to go out and hang out some more with more drinks at a bar near Faneuil Hall. After a hilarious drive looking for parking, we finally found some and headed into this bar. We had a few beers, heckled some horrible karaoke performers all while cuddling on this bench. Then went upstairs to the “club”. Neither of us are dancers really, so he put his arm around me and reached for a kiss. It was an awesome kiss, wow. We ended up just kissing a lot until we decided to check out and take a walk around Boston.

We held hands and strolled around downtown Boston which is something I’ve always wanted to do. I LOVE this city, especially at night. He also loves Boston, so it was just a very sweet walk for both of us. Then he drove me home, we made out in his car, and I went inside.

He didn’t try to come inside, nor did he feel feel me up while kissing me. I couldn’t believe it!

We hung out again yesterday. We walked around downtown Boston again (after greeting each other with a small kiss) and in the parks. Then we ran some errands and went out for some pizza. Afterwards we went to the Charles River and sat on this bench for forever watching the sunset and cuddling. More kissing too, obviously. After, we walked over to my apartment since it was nearby and hung out with my new dude roommate, who is from the same town as him. They got along well and then we just cuddled on the couch and watched tv with bouts of heavy making out. He didn’t push for sex and he also took my news about my excess baggage very well. He left around 11 and already made plans for us this weekend. πŸ™‚

I really can’t believe how awesome this guy is. Whenever I would ask the not-boyfriend out, he’d say “sure.” It always bugged me because I felt like I was dragging him out. When I ask this guy out, he says “absolutely yes”. I melt every time.

Also when I flat out told him that I liked him, he replied that he likes me, too. πŸ™‚


Author: Jane Champagne

I'm a single late 20s chick, living in Boston. I go on a lot of horrible dates, but some good ones, too.

4 thoughts on “Jeff Goldblum Boyfriend, continued

  1. I’ve just started reading your blog, so I have little or no frame of reference, but this sounds really lovely and I’m happy for you – always nice to read stories of dating going really well!

  2. Sounds like you may have found a keeper…=)

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