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Idaho, the 14th largest, 39th most populated and 7th least dense state of the United States of America, is located in the Northwestern part of the country. While many people forget Idaho in the list of the top states in America, this mountainous region makes up for a lost presence in the form of gemstone reserves that are abundant all throughout its terrain.
For this reason, Idaho is often called the Gem State because all varieties of gemstones can be found in the rugged valleys that the state is home to.
The stone, Star Garnet, in particular, is found in Idaho abundantly, making it one of the two places in the world where this gemstone is found. With regards to the other link, I think you have me confused with someone else.
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Even though I think that's important to keep an open mind, I have sort of figured that the right person would be a male in his early 30s But thank you anyway. There is a risk that I misunderstood your intentions with the link, if so I apologies. All I was thinking in the other link was she is a woman who went thru her 30s in the general area with interest in music and this had some common elements to you and your questions.
I found her newspaper writing on music previously when looking at Pocatello for myself. I just thought that since she is very actively involved in the regional music scene she might have useful information about "the singles scene" or she might just have friends for doing stuff, music-related or not and stretching from that she might know men in their 30s who might be interested in dating. As I said I was speculating on this but if I was looking for info on the singles scene around there I might try it or even just read her writing for music event listings. I can see that with the way I originally phrased it, it might seem I was saying or suggesting something different and I can see that getting a myspace link would seem a bit unusual.
I would have given a different link but it actually looked like the best one to start with. Sorry for not being specific enough and I apologize if it accidentally seemed too personal or intrusive and to address it I went back and edited the phrasing of that comment. Just thought it might possibly be worth a mention, a more personal alternative to the singles club route. But you can probably find folks directly in Idaho Falls to network with, as you feel comfortable.
click That makes so much more sense. I'm sorry for the misunderstanding. Sometimes the language barrier makes it a bit hard for me to understand the underlying meaning of a phrase - especially if I'm reading it in the middle of the night. Thank you once again for both giving me the link and for taking the time to explain why you posted it.
The fault was mainly in my phrasing. I probably should have taken more time to say it better, but I was in a hurry. You are welcome and thanks to you as well for bringing the interpretation issue to my attention tactfully and accepting my clarification in a friendly manner. I think you're absolutely right. Much of the reactions I get are based on people's own uncertainty. I know I shouldn't let it get to me but it's hard not to. When I was preparing to go to Albuquerque last fall I had to deal with my fellow coworkers jealousy which was expressed in a slightly different way.
That was more of a mean-spirited jealousy where people more or less hoped that I either would be extremely miserable during the fall or that something bad would happen to me that would force me to stay home. This kind of jealousy or uncertainty is much easier to handle since it's more straight forward. The kind I'm facing now is much more subtle except for one particular coworker and it sort of sneaks up on me and catches me by surprise.
I'm quite sure I made the right decision and I'm looking forward to make new friends in Idaho. I also know from previous experience that I usually don't find it too hard to become friends with Americans.