There are two cornerstones to dating: time and money. So, like an excitable ex-nun, about to spend her 21 birthday at the Great Yarmouth Waxwork Museum, lower your expectations. It’s not that your possible paramour doesn’t want to make you their number one priority, it’s more likely that they simply can’t. Creative people tend to be short on two things: time and money.
It is a way of sharing themselves that personifies who they are.
From time to time, they just won’t have the time or the money to “take you out”, even if you’re politically-aware enough to go Dutch. Be prepared to get creative with your dating ideas Dinner and dancing is all very well.
But if you’re hoping to clamber into the undergarments of someone creative, there may be far more exciting and appropriate things you can do.
I don’t know her, but from articles on-line that I’ve read it seems she might have a boyfriend right now. I get why someone creative might seem intriguing especially to someone who has never been involved in a creative endeavor before. I don’t want to just rely upon my knowledge as a creative person, so I asked for some crowd-sourcing from my graduate school (talking about you, UCR-Palm Desert Low Residency MFA program) cohorts.
I also do not have a connection available to me to arrange a date with her even if she were single. It’s pretty much the same reason that I have things like cars and sports explained to me. May this article be grammatically correct as to not embarrass my professors and the head of the program who admitted me. We are just artsy people here to explain ourselves.