How I manage to write between flare-ups and domestic duties.
Hello Debbie, wanted to post a reply but finally can't do it in public, only that:You will find your Mister Right, Debbie, I am sure. As your friends said, he will just turn up when you don't expect him. But still then, it is difficult to know when you meet him. Because in the first months, years of fresh love, anything is possible and it is all as pink as the background of this wallpaper. Therefore, it is very important to keep an eye and to check with yourself if you could then live with all the faults, the other has. But you are such a strong and clever lady, I am sure you will follow my example - it is the best anyone can provide :-).
I hope your hunting for Mr. Right (or Right Enough) goes well. That bit about kissing toads may well be the case. But you are a solid person, a good writer, a clever lady. You're someone who has a lot going for her. And though a lot of Mr. Rights may already be taken, I suspect that there are still a lot of good-hearted, but slightly-tortured souls in the world. People of substance and integrity. (I haven't gone hunting, mind you — I have a wonderful wife of 40+ years!)Blessings and Bear hugs!
Sometimes, kissing frogs can be fun ...
Had to just say how much I appreciate your comments. Bayou, Rob-Bear and Sarah - you're all so lovely and kind, and you're always there for me whenever I post. THANK YOU.I know a day will come when I meet Mr Right or Mr Right Enough. In the meantime, I'm happy being by myself and surrounded by such lovely friends and cyber pals and can't tell you how much strength I take from your messages.xx
well having lost who I thought was mr right to another woman who obviously thinks he is her mr right after 28 years I am enjoying being free to be me adn I am sure you are too!!
That's just what people say to me Debbie - let's hope our Mr Rights come along before too long!
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