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You are not too old!

Who knew?

I wasn’t expecting much being divorced and in my fifties. I was a daughter, mother, grandmother and business owner. Someone who had so many loyalties and was spread so thin that I could never imagine that I could accomplish anything without splitting myself into a hundred little Debbie’s to serve all my different commitments.

Laughing and DancingI wasn’t looking for it and I wasn’t expecting it, but here I am enjoying loving and being loved. I still have trouble figuring out priorities and very often I feel torn, but the overall consequence of having the relationship is well worth my agonizing about logistics or David getting the short end of the stick sometimes.

We laugh together and I thought that that hysterical laughter till your sides ache was strictly reserved for really old friends and people you knew forever. I once thought that David was so nice that he is boring and I am still surprised by his regular Moscowconversation that can put me in stitches and him too, once he sees how it cracks me up.

I found a new best friend and even though we started late in life it was well worth the wait. We do really fun things together, Spain, Italy, Morocco and other exotic places like a walk in Central Park. We are more adventurous as a team than I would certainly ever be alone.

I am 5 years into it and it is still fresh and wonderful. So if you’re on your own, don’t lose hope.

See this blog and others about second chances at ourtime.com , a dating site for those over 50! 

1 Comment
  • Another Deb
    Reply June 15, 2017 at 12:21 pm

    60 is definitely the new 50 with new beginnings. Brlieve it or not onecan even get a new job at 60!!

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