I've only been officially single for a week and already it's been fantastic. I've been going out with my true friends. These are the same friends who are making sure I am not feeling left out and have included me in their plans. The freedom of not having to answer to anyone and to be able to be yourself is something I did not realise how much I missed.
Thanks for all your comments. I have always been able to see quiet early on when a relationship is working or not and know when it's pointless trying to get something to work when it's a hopeless situation. With the last relationship, it became very apparent they we were very different people and wanted different things. The trust element only came to light recently and that was the nail in the coffin. I actually do like being with myself, I was more questioning my choice in men recently. I seem to be fine when guys are just friends but when it's going to be more than friends I seem to make the wrong decisions.I really enjoy my independents and would love to be able to travel but that is not possible due to my business. As I have been on my own essentially for a few years, I don't let holidays etc get me down. A year ago I could have called myself desperate but that certainly is not the case, in my business I get to meet loads of different people from a variety of backgrounds and so I'm sure the right man will appear at some stage, and until then I will enjoy being me, not having to answer to anyone or worry about the toilet seat being left up.
Been divorced nearly 6 years. I've had a couple of shortish relationships during this time, but for a variety or reasons it never seems to work out. I've just dumped the latest guy as there was not trust in our relationship. I did not trust him. I don't think I have trust issues just not met the right guy. I do wonder though am I destined to be single forever. I've got my own business, have a fairly good social life. My best mates are actually guys. Should I just accepted that I am going to be on my own now?
A week ago and it was horrific. Won't be for a while
Soft serve ice-cream as we know here in the UK Mr Whippy was invented by Margaret Thatcher.
It was the best blow job and such a thrill being in a public place. Must do it again soon! The guy who looked up at the window certainly did not expect to see what he did!
Yes, met up with a certain lush member in a pub in Winchester found a very secluded area and according to his words gave him the BJ which fantasies are made of!
Biffy Clyro Opposites Album
Foo Fighters live at Reading and Leeds Festival
There was a boy and a girl and they met on a story site called lush! Over time their friendship developed from lust to love. It was relationship that could never be understood. It had its complications but it was worth it as the boy made the girl very happy. He was there through the sad and the happy times. Made her laugh and smile so often. He was part of her life and that there was...
Added 10 Jun 2012 | Category Love Poems
| Votes 7 | Avg Score 4.43
| Views 605
| 5 Comments
No images posted yet.
No videos posted yet.
No playlist added yet.
Attach a note to this member, which only you can see.
Please tell us why you think this profile page is inappropriate.
What would you like to do?