Ok, I decided to post this here, because it's not blessings I need, it's protection. Yesterday I was walking in the mall while on my break, and wandered all the way to the opposite end of the mall. My store is at the other end of the mall, so when it was time, I walked back. After I had been back at work for just a few minutes, this guy walks in. He approaches me and asks me if my hair is naturally the color red that it is. I look up at him and immediately get the creeps. I answer him anyway, saying "no, it's a dye job." Then I walk behind the counter and he walks over and says "So you work here?" I say yes, and then he proceeds to ask if we sell guy's jewelry. I say yes and point him in the direction of it. He buys a bracelet, then asks me my name. I give him my first name (against my better judgement), and then he asks my age. I tell him I'm 21, and then he tells me he's 29. The problem with this (besides the fact that the guy gives me the creeps), is that even though I'm 21, I look 16. So anytime a guy who is significantly older than me (more than 5 years) hits on me, it sets off an alarm in my head. Anyway, before he left, he told me that he thought I was cute. I politely said thank you and tried to look like I was busy.
Then, maybe 10 minutes later I was in the backroom when my coworker walks in to tell me that "my guy" just walked by again, looking in the window for me. She also informed me that he works in the mall at one of the kiosks. Later after my shift was over, I had to go back to the other end of the mall to pick up some Xmas gifts. I managed to avoid him going down there, but coming back the other way, he managed to spot me and call my name and wave. I looked over, but kept walking. Anyway, if anyone could send me some "protective" energy, it'd be most appreciated.
I know that if he starts really harrassing me that I need to call the cops and stuff, but I'd like to not even have to go that far. Not to mention, the neighborhood that this mall is in is pretty nasty, so something tells me they wouldn't really care about my "supposed stalker." The next time he comes to "visit" I'm gonna get straight to the point and tell him that I'm not interested in him in any way, and to please keep his distance from me. It's just that those few short times I encountered him, he gave me such a case of the creeps that I just did whatever I could to get away as fast as I could. My skin felt like it was gonna crawl right off my body! I did let a close friend of mine know who happens to be a pretty scary looking guy, and he said if I ever need him to do bodyguard duty, he would. If this guy doesn't take my not so subtle hints I may just take him up on it.
Understand, I don't normally freak out too easily, but if you felt the vibe he was giving off, you might be freaked out too...
"Love like you've never been hurt."