The truth doesn't cost you anything but a lie could cost you everything
Was just married this past wkend. With Covid, we were only allowed to have a max of 5 people. The rest watched via zoom. We moved up our wedding date from July because we were living in different cities and social distancing was hard and difficult to isolate alone. We have had to postpone our honeymoon indefinitely unless we choose to honeymoon here, close by. We are both much happier being together.
We will celebrate with friends and family when the covid restrictions are lifted.
It is indeed a new beginning and I am looking forward to the rest of my life.
20 comments posted: Wednesday, May 6th, 2020
Last night, my boyfriend of 10 months proposed to me and I said Yes!
We have 8 kids between us ( 4 each)
6 are adults. 2 of mine are 17 yr old twin boys. All of my kids are over the moon! His kids are less than enthusiastic. His oldest daughter 27 is not happy at all and says she can't deal with it I am sure she will come around in time.
I realize that there are a lot of dynamics at play, some that I'm not even aware of at this point.
We are on a grand adventure!
8 comments posted: Saturday, February 15th, 2020
7 months and counting :)
I have finally found someone I can think about spending the rest of my life with. We have been dating for 7 months. A few days ago we went shopping for rings. He has 4 adult children and I have 2 adult children and 17 year old twin boys. I have met 2 of his kids and he has met all 4 of mine. So far no red flags and we seem very compatible. He is a Pastor, so we are being very discreet about our relationship. I have met key people in his congregation and have attended his church. So far everyone has been very accepting of our relationship. We met online.
2 comments posted: Monday, November 4th, 2019
G2G Ottawa, Canada
Is there anyone interested in a G2G in Ottawa, Canada? I will plan one for the Fall if there is enough interest.
6 comments posted: Saturday, July 7th, 2018
A Beautiful Terrible Thing
This book by Jen Waite, has been recommended here before. I just wanted to say it was a very good read and I related on so many levels. It is a true story (memoir) of Jen's experience with a relationship and marriage to a sociopath. It gives insight into what it's like, the thinking and traits of a sociopath, the shocking behaviour. If you are wondering if your WS is a psychopath or sociopath ( interchangeable terms), this will help you figure it out.
0 comment posted: Thursday, January 11th, 2018