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Posted on Tue, Jun 28, 2005 22:04

I agree goodlife. If you find the 'one', it would be awesome to be able to build a forever with them and grow old together. I guess that's why I find it tough to settle as I get 'older' because I truly want to find the right one!

Good luck to ya ;-)



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Posted on Tue, Jun 28, 2005 16:24

After my divorce I swore I'd never marry again . . . EVER. Now that several years have passed, the idea of "growing old gracefully" with ONE good man (as opposed to a string of fair-weather boyfriends) is starting to appeal.

After all, what's not to like about the idea of building a great life with "The One?" I guess it's a good sign that I can be idealistic again!



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Posted on Tue, Jun 28, 2005 15:34


uniquediamondE write:
hi,

i am marriage minded...only the right man is missing!

i can relate to being blindly in love...that is exactly what happened with my ex-bf. i was there for him, loved and cared...and for return he just left me without any good reason. should have seen the signs. actions speak, not words.

i just want an honest man who is marriage minded....is that so hard to find?

-emmy

Keep looking,he'll come around...smiles



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Posted on Mon, Jun 27, 2005 16:51

Dear, your job is easy. I have quite a list of things to do. I like ponds, gardens, and fishing....all of which I have ;)



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Posted on Sun, Jun 26, 2005 13:29


uniquediamondE write:
i just want an honest man who is marriage minded....is that so hard to find?



They are probably not that hard to find: what may be harder to find is one who is compatible with you.

So if you have just finished a relationship with your previous boyfriend, then take your time and don't rush into another one. Make sure that the next man in your life is right for you.



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Posted on Sun, Jun 26, 2005 01:46

hi,

i am marriage minded...only the right man is missing!

i can relate to being blindly in love...that is exactly what happened with my ex-bf. i was there for him, loved and cared...and for return he just left me without any good reason. should have seen the signs. actions speak, not words.

i just want an honest man who is marriage minded....is that so hard to find?

-emmy

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Posted on Sun, Jun 19, 2005 00:31


fun4two write:
Hi there ... I'm bored ... just wanted to put my name on every thread on the first forum page ... to see if it thrills me ... nothing more ...

~Smiles



lol... that was funny Fun.... funny fun?? Fun, that was funny. There that sounds better.
So, on the Thrill Scale from 1 - 10, just how thrilling has this experience been?



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Posted on Sat, Jun 18, 2005 22:20

Sounds like the kid who pressed the button of every floor in the elevator...lol

I just got in , so Im stuck on every floor..



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Posted on Thu, Jun 16, 2005 09:06

I should have guessed about the ice.

Well, since ice melts under pressure, you are going to have to forget attached shelves. You will have to build them from the ground up. Free standing. Be sure to make a space for the table saw, the radial arm, the wood planer, big compressor, free standing belt sander, band saw, welder, couple of roll around tool boxes, and lots of space for materials.

lol



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Posted on Thu, Jun 16, 2005 02:06

I bet you left out the shelves for the power tools in each room. Some house. Cub, go fix it for her.

lol



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Posted on Wed, Jun 15, 2005 21:53


Cub39 write:
Aw Sharpie, let's draw some plans together. I'll let you put the doors where ever you like.
Or better yet we can just remodel your place and move all the current doors around....



Awwww Cubbie, you should have told me sooner! I've already done it! lol



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Posted on Wed, Jun 15, 2005 16:39


luckysolucky write:
I don't think I could ever throw a party and celetrate the divorce....

I would however have a wake, to mourn the loss of that dream....

A divorce is a terrible loss of love and dreams.....




I take another view: every ending is also a NEW BEGINNING.

Inshallah.



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Posted on Wed, Jun 15, 2005 16:02

Remember guys it works both ways. I once met a guy who started drafting his dream home plans in front of me...starting with the mudroom leading to a garage. When I pointed out he had drawn a door opening directly on another door (crash two people walking in), he got very angry with me. He did not ask my opinion, therefore, I should not be giving it! In other words, "I should be seen & not heard, unless spoken to." YIKES...scary that some men think that way! lol



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Posted on Wed, Jun 15, 2005 12:01


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I think I agree with 5w's idea of a mate. I certainly won't marry a woman who is extremely difficult (as he describes his sisters). I don't think of it as "liking the challenge" of that type of woman but more that she must not like herself (or something about her life) for her to act that way on a regular basis.



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They could probably be described as control freaks and obsessive compulsive. It would drive me nuts.



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Posted on Wed, Jun 15, 2005 09:32

www..I m sure they will 'murder' you when they hear u say this...lol
'Difficult' is relative, as one man's meat is another's poison..



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Posted on Wed, Jun 15, 2005 08:38

Bonnie" to feel all the emotions in a marriage "

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Yes, I am sure they think about murder a lot. lollol



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Posted on Wed, Jun 15, 2005 02:05


wwwww123 write:
I. Happy to say that she is still married, but also admit that she, at times, it must be awful hard to live with her, and that her hubby often deserves a halo. My other brother in law also deserves one. My sisters are not bad or evil, but are difficult people. I can easily see why dreams die, but still don't like it.



www..you might be too judgmental about your sisters..some men just love women who challenge them , to feel all the emotions in a marriage and not live a lifeless, emotionless existence..maybe they all deserve medals for staying married, happily challenged..they know something that you don't..



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Posted on Wed, Jun 15, 2005 01:44

I would never want to see anyone stay in a marriage that was bad or loveless, but at the same time, I hate to see a dream die. It is just a shame that people are not good mates.

When my youngest sister married at age 19, I actually cried because I was already divorced by then and I was so afraid that her marriage would end up the same way. Happy to say that she is still married, but also admit that she, at times, it must be awful hard to live with her, and that her hubby often deserves a halo. My other brother in law also deserves one. My sisters are not bad or evil, but are difficult people. I can easily see why dreams die, but still don't like it.



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Posted on Tue, Jun 14, 2005 23:11


Bonnie88 write:
I understand Lucky...divorce for many are as distressing as widowhood..
but I guess if we see that as a new chapter of our lives, esp for the divorcee who has to fight for his/her freedom from an oppressive relationship then it is a relief from years of pain..a bit like recovering from a terminal disease..you get your life back to repair and rebuild again..
New chapters in life need lots of rethinking and replanning just as recuperation needs time .


Yes it is sad Lucky & 5w's. I won't be breaking out the champagne the day mine is done. But you have to walk in someone else's shoes sometimes to truly understand why they would want to celebrate it. Each divorce case is different. While there may be similar aspects of it, the people are always different. As Bonnie writes for some it is like writing a new & more positive chapter in their lives from which they may have escaped from an abusive and oppressive marriage. I believe my friend was in a physically abusive marriage. I didn't know her then, but I think she had alot to celebrate from what I know about her situation now.



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Posted on Tue, Jun 14, 2005 22:12


luckysolucky write:
I don't think I could ever throw a party and celetrate the divorce....

I would however have a wake, to mourn the loss of that dream....

A divorce is a terrible loss of love and dreams.....

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I absolutely agree. It's sad.

wwwww



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