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Romance Senior Stories

There Goes the Bride, Groom, Kids

Then: What Me Worry What Alfred E. Newman of Mad Magazine fame used to say. Now: What, marry and have kids? No Thanks! What our kids are saying; at least a lot of them. Okay. Young folks don’t want to marry and have kids. They know the stats, the divorce rates, an economy that is…

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Romance Senior Stories

Personal Space: Dating a Space Invader

So I met this guy for coffee. We were getting along well, filling each other in on our respective romantic histories. His amicable divorce. My acrimonious break-up. We shared a small table by the wall at my favorite coffee shop. He was in a chair and I, on my side of the table, had a…

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Senior Dating Love Train: Welcome Aboard

I don’t like senior dating sites. They’re far too abstract for my 63-year-old heart. I need that instant spark, that glint from a deep emerald green eye zapping me from across the room igniting a fire within me. I need the randomness and refuse to believe those days are gone, replaced by swiping left or…

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Senior Men Won’t Date Senior Women

I was looking at senior online dating profiles the other day when I found a man who was absolutely perfect for me: smart, funny, and creative. Like me, he enjoys books and museums and swimming and long walks. And like me, he doesn’t drink or smoke. A perfect match! There Goes the Bride, Groom, Kids…

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Please Send Me Flowers

Before you send me an email, please consider making it a flower. I have been “saved” enough for one lifetime. I don’t really care if my fundamental appendage is inadequate. I wouldn’t know what to do with it if I won the “Instant Winner” jackpot. I regularly say a prayer for our troops. And I…

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