Post here if you are a Woman over 40 Message Board

  • View author's info posted on Nov 08, 2009 01:34


    A woman is perfect when she reachs 40 then till 65 or 70 she is the most wonderful human God has ever created.

    In my world women do not get older they just get better N better.
    All you have to do is be honest & love them morning noon & night and they will make your life heaven on earth.
  • View author's info posted on Nov 05, 2009 09:44


    don't worry he is coming. just when you stop looking he is around the corner, looking right at you.
  • View author's info posted on Oct 22, 2009 23:38


    Papi, como estas.
    I am a full figured woman and independent. I am 55 and ready for a long lasting relationship. Are you?
  • View author's info posted on Oct 04, 2009 17:06


    Why do men do not see the value a mature wome bring to the relationship?¿ I am honesty about my age. This October I will be 55 year¿old and loving it. I have been single for the last¿seven years due to the death of my husband. After mourning his death for two years, I tried dating site unsucessfully. I began to feel it was a waste of my time. In the last five years, I feel free to do what I want, when I want, and go were I want to go and not be incumbent by anything or anyone.

  • View author's info posted on Aug 13, 2009 18:20


    Forties are the best years of my life, Im free from children, financial independent and enjoying life.

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  • View author's info posted on Jun 06, 2009 09:44


    why buy the pig....now you're thinking like weee males, chica mia!

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  • View author's info posted on May 09, 2009 16:51


    As the old saying goes...you are only as old as the man you feel lol..but seriously now, I definitely feel happy in my own skin now that im over 40..I know what I am looking for in a man and I won't settle for less..I don't have a need to be with a man..just a desire to find a soulmate. The first time I got married I was 20 years old, absolute madness!
  • View author's info posted on Dec 07, 2007 22:17


    I thought I heard that 50 is the new 30's.. Still vibrant , active, exciting, and knowing what you want and how to give it..
  • View author's info posted on Nov 09, 2007 15:11


    Hi everyone! I'm 41 and proud of it! They say 40 is the new 20 and I believe it! For my 40th birthday, I had a 21 year old STUD ask me out! That was a great feeling! Be proud of who you are!
  • View author's info posted on Oct 26, 2007 19:00


    Glad to see a forum dedicated to us women over 40 that are "over 40 and proud of it!" KUDOS to all of you women. I enjoyed reading what many of you had to say! Andy Rooney's quote was right on target! BEST WISHES TO YOU ALL!!

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  • View author's info Photo Verified posted on Aug 01, 2007 10:11


    Hi, I am new to the post, comment forum on mm,I just landed here 5 weeks ago.. Any help would be greatly appreciated ! But everyone is right being 40 + is Fantastic. At this point in time I have never felt better in my life. Our experiences in Life,Good, Bad and Ugly shape us and make us who we are..And we are all doing fine I can see from the comments,that's Great! The most powerful thing I have learned is, being NAUGHTY will put your LIFE in a new direction, thanks Mark, xoxo.. It's not just sexual but emotional, a natural high, who needs medicine when being a little naughty works?? Even if you are a bit conservative in your ways, just try it. In fact at Barnes and Noble, there is a funny little book called " the bad girls guide to getting personal". If anything, trust me you will definitely laugh!, and I just love laughing, smiling, I am now starting to get laugh lines ha ha and I love it! Only a real man will understand that being with a woman 40 + is the best thing to happen in there Life, as a friend or other;) And isn't that the men we want?? That's all for now Take care, and get Naughty, LOL Vicki

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  • View author's info posted on Sep 10, 2006 10:27


    FlutterPDX write:
    big22blue write:
    FlutterPDX write:
    Hi, I turned 51 in May, wooohoooo the older I get the more excited about life I get. It feels great to be past that stage in life where I "need" a man and now choose because I want.

    In terms of how I feel about life, my glass is neither 1/2 empty or 1/2 full, but runs over so much I have to drink from the saucer.

    The best is yet to come

    have to ask, flutter, what does your handle stand for? I recall in a previous life that it was a supporting role in the movie business.


    LMAO, I thought that was a Fluffer.

    Flutter is the term my grandson uses to refer to butterflies. His eyes just dance when he spots one. I love the cute words he makes up. I am using it to remind myself of child-like joys of life

    you're-right!!--and-grandma--you-sound-like-there-is-tons-more-to-you-than-the-butterflies!!--i'm-impressed!
  • View author's info posted on Sep 08, 2006 10:33


    big22blue write:
    FlutterPDX write:
    Hi, I turned 51 in May, wooohoooo the older I get the more excited about life I get. It feels great to be past that stage in life where I "need" a man and now choose because I want.

    In terms of how I feel about life, my glass is neither 1/2 empty or 1/2 full, but runs over so much I have to drink from the saucer.

    The best is yet to come

    have to ask, flutter, what does your handle stand for? I recall in a previous life that it was a supporting role in the movie business.


    LMAO, I thought that was a Fluffer.

    Flutter is the term my grandson uses to refer to butterflies. His eyes just dance when he spots one. I love the cute words he makes up. I am using it to remind myself of child-like joys of life
  • View author's info posted on Sep 05, 2006 16:42


    katiegrlK2B write:
    nautigal48 write:
    Wow! I have never really ventured into the forum, was just looking around and actually found people my age, and you aren't acting like the school kids on the blogs. Yippeeee! There might be a reason to stay around after all. Hi everyone! Oh wait, I forgot my profile says 102 or something. I am 52-1/2 and life just gets more interesting, doesn't it!


    Nauti! Change your age this minute! The 20 year old studmuffins are looking for 40+ women, not centegenarians!

    I have tried posting my real age. Then I posted it at 39 and found that I got three times the attention. I will stick with 102 for now, it's obvious it's a joke. Lowered my expectations and raised my age. I wonder how this format here works - not sure where my comment is going to appear. Instructions please someone!
  • View author's info posted on Sep 04, 2006 06:35


    FlutterPDX write:
    Hi, I turned 51 in May, wooohoooo the older I get the more excited about life I get. It feels great to be past that stage in life where I "need" a man and now choose because I want.

    In terms of how I feel about life, my glass is neither 1/2 empty or 1/2 full, but runs over so much I have to drink from the saucer.

    The best is yet to come

    have to ask, flutter, what does your handle stand for? I recall in a previous life that it was a supporting role in the movie business.
  • View author's info posted on Sep 04, 2006 05:14


    nautigal48 write:
    Wow! I have never really ventured into the forum, was just looking around and actually found people my age, and you aren't acting like the school kids on the blogs. Yippeeee! There might be a reason to stay around after all. Hi everyone! Oh wait, I forgot my profile says 102 or something. I am 52-1/2 and life just gets more interesting, doesn't it!


    Nauti! Change your age this minute! The 20 year old studmuffins are looking for 40+ women, not centegenarians!
  • View author's info posted on Sep 04, 2006 05:08


    Age is unavoidable, but beauty from the inside is timeless, ageless, unique, pure and wonderful to behold.
  • View author's info posted on Sep 01, 2006 21:15


    Wow! I have never really ventured into the forum, was just looking around and actually found people my age, and you aren't acting like the school kids on the blogs. Yippeeee! There might be a reason to stay around after all. Hi everyone! Oh wait, I forgot my profile says 102 or something. I am 52-1/2 and life just gets more interesting, doesn't it!
  • View author's info posted on Sep 01, 2006 20:14


    Hi, I turned 51 in May, wooohoooo the older I get the more excited about life I get. It feels great to be past that stage in life where I "need" a man and now choose because I want.

    In terms of how I feel about life, my glass is neither 1/2 empty or 1/2 full, but runs over so much I have to drink from the saucer.

    The best is yet to come
  • View author's info posted on Sep 01, 2006 05:58


    Hi is anyone at all from uk in this great age group?
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