This is my journey, starting on the day she packed up the van and left, three days after our 13th anniversary.

I’m guessing I’ll have a lot of adjusting to do – turning 60 after 35 years of marriage.  It was 3 marriages over 38 years, mind you, but that still means I’ve been married pretty much my entire adult life.

OK, a reminder to self:  DO NOT GET MARRIED EVER AGAIN!

Feel free to leave comments if you’re a suddenly single senior too.


4 thoughts on “About

  1. Sometimes amazing things can happen unexpectedly! I hope this is true for you, sorry that things went wrong, but maybe something good will come along soon

    • Lois, I was just thinking that. Seems that good things happen just as unexpectedly as the deflating ones. Takes patience, which I always thought I had. But this is a real test of that.

  2. Thank you for visiting my blog :-).

    I’m only 36, but my exhusband walked out on me (and our 4yo) 3 years ago. And I’ve had several painful relationship breakups since. So I look forward to following your blog, and offering my support. Meg

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