Dating after divorce for men with kids
That evening as she is on the way to her boss’s private Christmas party, she crashes her car on an icy patch – her Jaguar spins round and round, leaving her with a serious memory lapse from a concussion (but amazingly no blood, broken bones or cuts that need stitches).
She then wakes up to find a tall, ruggedly handsome man helping her out of her car and holding her steady as she regains her balance.
Marriage has a way of allowing you to become a bit, shall we say, soft. Maybe if you've had a few kids you have some saggy bits. Love really is pretty blind, and the right person won't give two shakes about your stretch marks. I know this because I waited a long time to be with someone I really wanted to sit with at dinner and lay with at night and raise a family with.
" I actually had the good fortune of meeting my now-husband Matt in the 6th grade spelling bee when we were 11.
We "dated" in junior high and high school, so becoming reacquainted via the miraculous Internet at 35 was actually pretty easy (even if it was over several hundred miles).
Recently I was flipping through the cable channels just in time to see the start of a holiday movie on the Lifetime Channel.
The main character, a single professional woman who revels in her life as a successful, powerful attorney and drives a Jaguar, was cheerfully confiding in her female attorney friend over lunch that she was perfectly content to be alone during the holidays and not have the entanglements of a husband and kids to look after.
Once you’ve had the pleasure of cleaning the diaper of a small screaming human, or paying $120 to see Dora the Explorer Live on Stage, you realize that you are now way on down the list of importance.