Cologne, 8 p.m. I was visiting Anni at the weekend. We walked discreetly hungover through their neighbourhood, and my mood was semi-good. However, we had a lovely evening with great people. I felt like I was dancing again after years. Unfortunately, I didn’t feel happy because about a month ago, I met a hilarious guy at work who happened to be in Cologne at the same time as me. Our contact didn’t go so well from the start because the good gentleman isn’t a WhatsApp fan, and we didn’t meet outside of work because something always got in the way. So I was hoping for a spontaneous meeting in Cologne. We spoke on the phone on Saturdays, and he then wanted to send me his location so that we could meet. I haven’t received it until today.
We spoke on the phone on Saturdays, and he then wanted to send me his location so that we could meet. I haven’t received it until today. A legitimate question now would be whether he might not have been interested in me at all. But I describe myself as a person who can interpret sympathy and signals, so it wasn’t just one-sided. But after the number, I didn’t feel like it anymore, and in combination with a lousy hangover, it wasn’t a pleasant feeling.
The longing for a partnership
I was disappointed and sad. Not even because it was him, but because the desire for a beautiful partnership is big. When I talk to my friends about it, they immediately know what I mean. Whether it’s Tinder, Bumble, or real-life – the disappointments of being single are piling up. Either you are hosted, appointments are cancelled shortly beforehand, the communication is not running or or or. Before a meeting can even take place, that’s frustrating! When I talk to my friends about it, they immediately know what I mean. Whether it’s Tinder, Bumble, or real-life – the disappointments of being single are piling up.
So my Latina girl Amalia and I walked through the neighbourhood, and she asked me how I was doing. I shrugged and replied, “I’m tired and annoyed, but I’ll be fine!” Then something happened that surprised me. She asked me if I was also afraid of not being held anymore. Boom! An avalanche of tears spurted out of me, and I squatted down. Anni knelt and hugged me. Her words hit a nerve that I wanted to dance away, work away, ergo, ignore. I broke off contact with the said boy. And I feel better about it. No matter how big my desire for a deep connection is, I don’t want to be frustrated anymore! Setting this limit was anything but easy for me. This is comparable to the acceptance that “summer 2021” is already over before it begins. We’re all secretly hoping for a few lovely, warm days, aren’t we?
No matter how big my desire for a deep connection is, I don’t want to be frustrated anymore! Setting this limit was anything but easy for me. Just as my heart will keep hoping to arrive one day! But maybe not until next summer? And until then? I’m already putting on a sweater in August, connecting with my beautiful friends, and today, three days later, I’m happy that I finally went dancing again!
Breathe, peace and love
Why is it so hard for me to leave him? My thoughts on the relationship dilemma… We’ve been a couple for almost six years – almost always happy, I’d say, and we’ve never had any major arguments. I am the love of his life. Not only that – also his first, last, and probably the only one in his eyes. But when I ask myself whether this also applies to me, I start to ponder. Is it him? Was that all?
Is it him? Was that all?
We met when we were young. I’ll be 16 soon, and he’ll be almost 21. I wasn’t looking – for him. It was love at first sight; he still talks about this first encounter with beaming eyes. From then on, we only met on Sundays first – we went ice skating several times, sat in a bar and exchanged amorous looks. When we were swimming, we couldn’t keep our hands off each other – when I think about it today, I have to shake my head. Valentine’s Day was three weeks after we first met.
Can you already guess what happened there? The first sober kiss after the many at the party. From then on, we were inseparable! We spent almost every weekend together. This was followed by the first overnight stays and vacations together—a great time with unforgettable experiences. But there were two times when I didn’t know what to do anymore. I was about to break up with him and I want to work for an Escort Service I even told him. That was after the first year and then again almost exactly a year later – in the fall after my two summers on the alpine pasture, where I worked the whole season.
Since then, we have grown closer together. I’m much more open to him. But that’s not always a good thing because I say a lot without thinking beforehand, so I unintentionally hurt him. In hindsight, I’m always so sorry. He didn’t deserve my “moods”. Compared to me, he has no or very good control over them. However, now I’m back where I’ve been twice. Go or stay? I love him so much. Can and should this be the reason to wait? is love enough. I can’t imagine life without him either. But which part should he take? Partner? Ex-partner and still good friends? You’ll only see if that would work when the time comes. But there is no turning back. It’s either all or nothing. Otherwise, it would be too complicated.
With him, I have security and always someone who stands by me and has my back. Unfortunately, adventure and passion are neglected. But that would be precisely what I’m looking for. I need variety, a roller coaster. At 21, it’s too early for a sober life of the security. One thing is sure: My indecisiveness creates hurdles that are getting more difficult to overcome and rob him of valuable time.
You are good for me – How you have given me confidence in myself and life.
“It’s good for you.” That’s what my closest confidante said to me yesterday – and she should know it. She has been through so many ups and at least as many downs with me recently. She meant you, and she’s right. You are good for me. You made me vulnerable before I knew it and before I could fight back. You know where my Achilles tendon is, where you can hurt me, and you could trip me up in a moment. But you don’t. I let myself in for you, with every cell of my body, without thinking about it, without obeying the growing concern. You did what I always dreaded: I got involved with you, with every cell of my body, without thinking about it, without obeying the growing concern. And do you know what the crazy thing is? I do not mind. You don’t scare me; you don’t let me falter. On the contrary – you make me strong.
Ever since I’ve known you, I’ve had trust in myself, in you, in the world, and in the future that I didn’t have before. You are my home, my haven, my haven of peace, for which I don’t have to fight, where I can be. Even when you’re not with me, I can retreat into thoughts of us and feel safe. Ever since I’ve known you, I’ve had trust in myself, in you, in the world, and in the future that I didn’t have before. You taught me that not all people are wrong, that I can have my fears, but that they are often entirely unfounded. You changed my view of the world and showed me what is essential, and what security feels like. With you by my side, I experience traits in me that have always been there but had to be brought to light: I’m strong, brave, and sound. You didn’t complete me because I was already whole. Still, you enrich me every day in an unimaginably diverse way, and I can’t put into words how pleased and grateful I am for it again and again.
What to see when visiting Cologne alongside a beautiful escort girl?
This old cathedral town on the Rhine is one of the most important shopping and cultural centres in West Germany. Cologne (German: Cologne) is famous for its 12 great Romanesque churches – especially the magnificent Cologne Cathedral – all within easy walking distance of the historic Old Town. The university is one of the oldest and largest in Europe. Cologne can be traced back to the first century AD when it was established as a Roman provincial capital and a military fortress. One of its most attractive features for tourists is preserving elements from all long periods of its history. Its attractions include Roman remains, medieval churches, Baroque palaces and museums that reflect topics as diverse as the dark times of the mid-20th century and the various products for which it is known: flavours, mustard and chocolate. The importance of Cologne has never slowed down, and today the city remains one of the most important cultural centres in Germany, home to many art and entertainment facilities, along with more than 100 galleries and at least three dozen museums.
Near the left bank of the Rhine, the remarkable landmark of Cologne, St. Peter’s Cathedral and St. Mary’s, is a masterpieces of high Gothic architecture and a UNESCO World Heritage List. One of the largest cathedrals in Europe was started in 1248 and is considered the most ambitious construction project of the Middle Ages. As impressive as its 157-meter-high towers are the incredible interior of the cathedral. Covering an area of 6,166 square meters, the raised roof supported by 56 pillars, the cathedral is full of treasures
- The shrine of the Three Kings from the twelfth century, created by local goldsmiths
- The famous relief of the Adoration of the Kings from 1440
- Treasure Room, with precious objects including ancient relics and manuscripts
- The panoramic views of the south tower are reached by more than 500 steps passing through the famous bells of the cathedral (ear protection is provided on Sundays). Numerous well-guided tours are available and events, including concerts and services (be sure to check closures before arrival).
Cologne Old Town
As you explore Cologne’s many historic churches and museums, you can explore the Old Town. In addition to the old churches, such as the Great Martin, you will find countless alleys lined with traditional old houses, many now housing boutique shops, galleries, cafes and restaurants. And with its many pleasant routes along the Rhine, you will find ample opportunities to enjoy beautiful views as you plan your route through this ancient city. You will also find countless monuments and fountains that adorn the area, its archaeological site, and its many ancient ruins and artefacts.
A major attraction in this area is the Old Town Hall of Cologne, Kölner Rathaus, the oldest public building in Germany. With a rich history dating back more than 900 years as the focal point of the ruling class in the medieval period, the structure you see today reflects several different architectural influences, including the 14th-century main building, the 15th-century tower: a loggia and a renaissance-style monastery. Even the twentieth-century forces are pleasant, as seen in the atrium. Other attractions include:
- Hansasaal or Hanseatic Hall, with its Gothic figures of eight prophets.
- The nine “good heroes” (pagans, Jews, and Christians).
- His sound carrion plays three times a day.
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