Well, I have plenty to do, and I know I can take care of myself. These requirements, he said, were simple: earrings had to be smaller than a 50-cent piece and the woman could have no cats and no more than two dogs.Soif someone can’t enhance my life or add value to my life, and if they don’t share my values, I am not interested.” Q BVIOUSLY THERE’S NO EXACT SCIENCE TO SUCCESSFUL DAT-ing and mating. I’ve no doubt that the men reading this story will respond to that anecdote with, “What’s wrong with that? Women are often accused of being too picky, but at least we have some standards.My soul desires to be loving lady for my I am single but I would like to have fun but not really and enjoy life alone., also i want the right man to capture my heart and knows how to handle it with care and warmth, one who will cherish me and be willing to I still believe in a miracle, or I would rather say, I believe that dreams may come true. I'm the type of girl who smiles at just about everyone and will ask someone I barely know if they're okay if they are crying, I'm really trying to find I'm shy until I get to know the person I'm honest trustworthy and faithfull I enjoy moves dinning out and playing bingo My height is 5'7; i am a good looking young beautiful lady.IT HAPPENS AROUND AGE 40, GIVE or take a few years.
“When you get to be my age and you have gone out on a limb and not been married and settled down and done the traditional things, you have an extended family and friend -ships. In your 20s, you needed a date to have something to do or because you were looking for someone to take care of you. while others cook up Frankenstein’s monster, But veteran daters and those who have escaped the circuit offer these bits of advice. A male friend once shared his dating criteria with me, leaving me slack-jawed and in awe that men and women ever connect.Like the characters on “Seinfeld,” he and his single friends have been busy at work and at play.Echoing Kim Crosskno, he says, “the timing was never right to get married.” In the 70s and early ’80s, love-and sex-were in the air, Albright says.You walk into a club where you used to go on dates or looking for dates, where you used to feel comfortable flirting or dancing or having a cocktail, and, suddenly, you see the obvious-you could have given birth to these kids. If you’ve never been married, or if you’re divorced and single again, there is a dating life after Nostromo, the 8.0, and Studebaker’s-and it’s not at Arthur’s.Working the numbers through your mind, you realize that you are 15 or 20 years older than that cute guy or girl across the bar. e;rplace now, and you have entered the Twilight Zone of Dating. Like the sweet couple in Beetlejuice, forever doomed to the same old haunts, all you need is a guide to the other side to find your way.