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Posted on Sat, Apr 16, 2005 14:33

Scripps - that was a LMAO post!



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Posted on Sat, Apr 16, 2005 13:09

Scripps, I'm insulted. Of course I can. That's why there is a pathway worn into the tile between my chair and the refridgerator.



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Posted on Sat, Apr 16, 2005 11:58

Bob, I promised myself to find the best in everything. You see, I am in a quandry.

I noticed this thread asks Would you relocate for love? Bob, can you relocate anywhere?

  


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Posted on Sat, Apr 16, 2005 11:11

Portly? Thank you. You know, where does one shop after they outgrow George Richards Big and Tall shop? I haven't found that place yet. In the meantime, the army and navy store have an excellent selection of tents.



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Posted on Sat, Apr 16, 2005 09:33

I have to say, honestly that, this is a hard question to answer. I have two wonderful boys and I am divorced. If I found true love and wanted to relocate alot of things would have to fall in place. If my ex didn't cause a stir about me moving with my kids (I would never leave them). If the relationship was true and lasting. Ect... I would love to move someplace warm but again (as above reasons) all the pieces of the puzzle have to fit together. Take care and be safe, Angelpassion



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Posted on Sat, Apr 16, 2005 07:16

(copying and pasting from an overlaping thread... )

Well I'm still in a debate with me, myself, I and MOI, about LDR's. True my daughters are ready to leave soon too. True, I can do my job anywhere. I think "MOI" is going to win the debate as far as relocating, but I think I would stick to the East Coast.

BUT I'm getting there in the reasoning part... aren't I???? Aren't you guys proud of me???

  


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Posted on Sat, Apr 16, 2005 00:14

Bob, you are a true and portly poet!



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Posted on Fri, Apr 15, 2005 20:02

For true love, I'd do anything.



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Posted on Fri, Apr 15, 2005 09:54

whats bad...is now my older kids think i am gonna sit at home to babysit my grans....WRONG...i am gonna get lost, travel, go wild or something different..but it's my life now! lol



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Posted on Fri, Apr 15, 2005 09:31

Real - Yes it was around 16, about the time he got his first girlfriend. He wanted his independence, and often talks to everyone around him (excluding his girlfriend) in a belligerent manner. Friends all tell me it's just a stage, he'll grow out of it around 20 or so. I can't wait! :-) Meanwhile, if I ask, he'll do something with me...providing I'm not asking too often! :-)
I still have my daughter to do alot with. We have been so close. But she too is starting to do more & more with her friends leaving me alone. I hate that feeling, so I make plans with my friends. It never fails that if I make plans ahead of time, hers change and then she wants me to be there with her! lol Can't win! :-) I'm starting to feel the separation anxiety now for when she leaves in 1.5 yrs. Having a significant other in one's life definitely helps to subdue those feelings some.
I met a lady 3 wks ago. She was telling me she divorced her husband when she was 43, met someone when she was 55, and they married when she was 56 yrs. God I hope it doesn't take me that long! Well, I no one thing, with my kids gone I won't be sitting around here waiting of it to happen.



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Posted on Fri, Apr 15, 2005 02:30

Tomi, that's the perfect way to think of it ... an adventure. I have to move soon and I was sitting in my house the other day looking at all my art strewn around and my sculptures and notebooks and junk, and I got a little melancholy. I was thinking how much of an upheaval moving is. And then I thought to myself, "Self? Don't be such a wimp! You're the adventurer girl! You'll try anything! You adapt to ANY circumstance! Why am I talking like I'm two different people?"

So I threw away my security blanket and decided ...., "I'm off!" (of which there is little doubt at times) ... and I started packing. I'm thinking of moving permanently to Toronto, tho I'm open to suggestions if any MM males have them!

  


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Posted on Thu, Apr 14, 2005 16:15

I would most definitely relocate if I was sure I had found 'the one". I would have to be sure also that HE was on the same page. My son is in VA, my daughter, in CA, and I have lived in this town for most of my life.. Since I have been divorced for 5 years now, it's time for a new adventure.....



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Posted on Thu, Apr 14, 2005 16:03

sharp1 i think i actually started feeling it with him when he turned 16, it just got worse.he has always been the most independant kid of my 4 yet..they all are ,but he is more so that way.he wouldnt let me take him to school or anything...some of that macho stuff...so then is when i really started feeling lonely & has got worse...i still see him as that pretty baby i loved to rock...oh geez...there's a tear in my coffee.

  


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Posted on Thu, Apr 14, 2005 15:55


realdealru2 write:
well...my youngest son is leaving the nest in the next few months & i am already having the empty nest blues. so time to venture out or find the right man & be happy..afterall, my kids all have their own lives now...



Real - I can sympathize & relate to you soooo much. My son just turned 18 Sunday. It brought to my realization how life is about to change sooo much for me. For the first Summer in 17 yrs I won't have both my kids around me. My daughter will be leaving by Sept. 2006. This past Monday, I was suffering a bad case or "pre-Mother Separation Anxiety"! I can't wait till it really hits! NOT!!! :-) Maybe a little different than yourself, but still the 'blues'. lol



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Posted on Thu, Apr 14, 2005 14:09

Katie you are quite right!
LOL... I know... I put Naples because I was planning to go there and had to cancel my trip at the last minute. I try to explain it a bit in my profile. I guess I should change my location......



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Posted on Thu, Apr 14, 2005 10:43

well...my youngest son is leaving the nest in the next few months & i am already having the empty nest blues. so time to venture out or find the right man & be happy..afterall, my kids all have their own lives now...



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Posted on Thu, Apr 14, 2005 10:39

I would relocate in a heart beat for love. SRM I can see where you are coming from on what keeps you there, being a parent myself if I couldn't take my children with me it would be out of the question also.



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Posted on Thu, Apr 14, 2005 10:25

Min...
I thought Naples, Florida WAS in the US? lol



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Posted on Thu, Apr 14, 2005 09:10

Yep, I would relocate! Maybe a bit easier for me since I have no kids.
BUT, I would relocate only if I were 200% sure of the other one's feelings and intentions.
After all, I live across the ocean - not just a few states away.... it would be a big step for me.
Of course, who knows... maybe I will end up moving to the USA anyway... stranger things have happened!



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Posted on Thu, Apr 14, 2005 06:51

that is y i will only be able to relocate next year...because my son will leave for university and God only knows where he wants to go... I'll be freeeeeeeeeeee



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