He'll make you feel at ease, but if you want someone complex, he's not your man.
I'm stunned to be 58, separated and divorced and dating again. For me, long term dating meant going out with the same guy twice. Back then it was Paco-Rabanned guys, old Volvos and the Eagles. I was ambitious and prospered while he got stuck mid-way up the corporate ladder. I think it was when our daughter left for college that emptiness really dug in its spurs.
If you’re not honestly ready to start dating, why waste your time looking?
MASCOT: Richie in " title="" src="data:image/gif;base64, R0l GODlh AQABAIAAAAAAAP///y H5BAEAAAAALAAAAAABAAEAAAIBRAA7" data-src="https://hips.hearstapps.com/cos.h-cdn.co/assets/cm/14/25/539fd3121093b_-_cos-02-bud-light-can-de.jpg?At around 29 I decided to marry the guy I was dating. We both played tennis, were well educated, Jewish, liked each other's friends and "it was time." I didn't care then that he didn't make much money or that he was ahead of the trend on the stripes and plaid look (way ahead). Our daughter was 20 at the time and we were both nervous about telling her. To her credit she immediately asked, "Well, is it ok with you guys? My husband's mom was 97 at the time (she's now 102 and I pray our daughter gets her genes) and he decided to "protect her" and not tell her about our separation or divorce.So, every few months I go along with the charade and out to lunch or dinner with my ex and his mom (even to a family bar mitzvah) so she doesn't keel over from the shock.I love walking home from Shakespeare & Co along the Seine to my home in the 7eme.I stop and look through the old books in the Bouquinistes or pause and sit by the river and decompress. resize=480:*" /First Impression: Budweiser may be the king of beers, but it's the least showy drink ever.