Trying to plan multiple dates all at once is very difficult. It takes a lot of time and brain power. I'm about to need a chart. Well, I already need a chart.
1/8 -- Book reading with B, or maybe dinner with D. D is a backup if B doesn't say yes to the book reading.
1/9 -- art gallery opening? I'm working on a date for that one maybe.
1/10 -- coffee and movie downtown with A
1/13 -- outdoor ice skating with B (different B)
1/14 -- culinary academy food challenge with D (different D)
1/17 -- maybe brunch with S
1/18 -- maybe a daytime date with yet another B?
1/21 -- Third Thursday at the art museum with J
1/23 -- I have several requests to go see Avatar at the IMAX. I need to set one of those up for this day I think.
salsa dancing TBD with C
some as yet determined thing on some as yet determined date with L. I need to do some research and come up with something fun.
I can also already plan out a date for February, with another special event at the art museum.
dang, if all of those come through, that's 10 easily, or more. And there are still people whose emails I have not yet responded to or guys who I've exchanged emails with but not made plans with. So far, Craigslist is successful with the numbers. I got 40 or so responses in the first two days, with an occasional new response still trickling in. Now it's about seeing who all these dudes are.