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i admire you 123, and all other single mums (and dads) out there! it's difficult raising kids with 2 parents working together... i cant even imagine how i would do it on my own! but i think you have a great mum, havent you?

my mum has so much on her own plate right now.... but my love is a real partner, a bit strict, sometimes, but he loves our kids very much and does it all for their wellbeing (i hold him back at times, so we complete eachother)

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[quote name='barbara1 wrote:


Zhivvy']...And if the years go by as quickly as they are she'll be drinking my wine soon ! Nooooo!!!
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...so, finally, your biggest nightmare revealed......laugh.gif we should become close friends, zhivvy...same addictions, same fears...LOLIt is a worry!!!! I just hope she prefers white then i can keep the red to myself!!wink.gif Nice to know it's not just me with irrational thoughts then!

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Wow thats really nice barbara ,

Im drinking a beer at the moment , just finished work not too long ago , feeling really tired so shouldnt have had a beer , oh well it will be a tea soon lol,

got radio on with mum in the background playing delta lol

no quiets around here , while daughters on the phone gas bagging to her friends............

Question for you girls ,

 

Okay here goes ,

If I were to meet someone who has been married for many years and perhaps may or may not have had children

and sparks fly for us and we get married , should I worry if old sparks ingnite with some kind of reunion ? And do you think its possible ?

I know I dont have that problem because even when I look at my ex I get annoyed lol.........

So what do you think ?

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Wow thats really nice barbara ,

Im drinking a beer at the moment , just finished work not too long ago , feeling really tired so shouldnt have had a beer , oh well it will be a tea soon lol,

got radio on with mum in the background playing delta lol

no quiets around here , while daughters on the phone gas bagging to her friends............

Question for you girls ,

 

Okay here goes ,

If I were to meet someone who has been married for many years and perhaps may or may not have had children

and sparks fly for us and we get married , should I worry if old sparks ingnite with some kind of reunion ? And do you think its possible ?

I know I dont have that problem because even when I look at my ex I get annoyed lol.........

So what do you think ?

I think if someone has a child with a previous partner there will always be a connection between them but that doesn't mean a spark. As you said you don't feel that with your ex.

And it depends on the person who you meet too. You need to be able to trust him and if you both are in love and have a meaningful relationship you should know that you can trust him. There may be a little bit of feeling there, but not sparks, but that doesn't mean he'll act on it.

Most of us have a history of past relationships, we all come with some kind of baggage. But I'd just say take things slowly and we girls are clever, we know if a man is a good one or not. Follow your instincts.

And does this mean that there is someone around?

Need to go to sleep for a bit again, have a busy evening and very early up tomorrow.

Speak to you all later

love

xxx

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i'm not a good person to judge on that matter, 123... i married the first boy i had a serious relationship with, so can't imagine the feelings will ever dissapear, even after divorce..

but i think it all depends why you seperate, and if it was a combinded decision...

i wish you all the luck if you met someone.. just be carefull and dont let your heart get broken...

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like Barbara, I married my first big love. We've been together since I was 17. We do have our arguments, but they're always solved. We still love eachother to death.

I do think that the remaining (or not) of feelings after the divorce all depends on the reason why you seperated. And with kids involved, there will always be something that connects the 2 of you, but it doesn't have to be in a spark-ly way. My sister still has a lot of contact with her ex, as they have a daughter. She now says that they've known a lot of happy moments, but with all that has happened she couldn't trust him anymore, at least not in a romantical way. She is now married to someone else, who has a completely different character. He has a son who lives with them (not with his mum) and they are one happy family now.

So you see, it's not because you've had a bad experience before, that luck and happiness will never be knocking on your door again in the future !

Hope you'll find that happines again soon and that you'll be able to enjoy it for the rest of your life !

I have to say that I admire you for being a single mum, I don't now how I would cope with that !

 

{{{hugs}}}

Jessika

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Well hope I dont make a mistake in my choices......

anyway at 6pm im leaving to take my daughter out then ill be straight back to go to sleep am tired...

night/morning all .......

xxxx

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Well hope I dont make a mistake in my choices......

anyway at 6pm im leaving to take my daughter out then ill be straight back to go to sleep am tired...

night/morning all .......

xxxx

Sleep well, relax and have a good evening xxx
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Just having my second coffee of the day and then will finally drag myself of here and facebook to go and shower and get the final things in my bag for tomorrow. I hae to leave about 8 am to drop daughter at my parents mnear Manchester then have to be a Liverpool airport for 11:30. i'm not the best of flyers - especially when I fly alone, I like to hold someone's hand when taking off and landing and strangers don't take kindly to that!!

It isthe Christmas fayre at my daughter's school tonight. She's very excited. Even Santa will be there! They have been making hand puppets and pot pourri to sell on the stalls this evening - I'm looking forwards to buying them.

Next week is the Christmas nativity play - oscar winning performances all around. I love watching them but I find it so hard not to cry - it's just too sweet.

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