Okay…I seriously thought about it. This guy, as sweet as he seemed in chat, has been blocked on Facebook. I did not want to be scammed by another person who states he or she is fighting for our country when I have heard of scams on Facebook going on lately. I am honestly hoping that in reality I was not being scammed by a sweet sounding gentleman but the red flags were still up this morning when I had awakened at 6 AM and found that he written a long text telling me this and that about how important it was for a relationship. I believed what he said was a very good relationship but when I talked to him through messenger on Facebook (phone app) I noticed that he liked the same things I did. I kind of thought of this all being a line of baloney coming my way. I am a Christian woman who is set in her ways and wish not to have someone coming into my life disrupting the very existence of my ways I have grown accustomed to most of my adult life (including changes that had to be made). I have been watching a lot of Investigative Discoveries (ID) on TV to know when someone is being flimflammed by someone by seeing and noticing the signs of one’s attitude change after a relationship has started, Both men and women change dramatically in a relationship just to control the other person. My family in NM, WI, AR, and PA are too important to me to lose. Now I did mention my brother and his family (PA) because I have this hope that we will connect up again in the future if God allows it despite my feelings of allowing my brother back in my life at the moment because I have been hurt and abused emotionally by both him and his wife. So my questioning one’s status is no longer a question and now a must to move on without feeling guilty for blocking a gentleman from Facebook once again because of those red flags popping up. Now, if this man is for real, I do hope that he does find his soulmate. He just will not have me as his soulmate is all.