Two marriages, two divorces, two children, and two jobs.

My marriages lasted 7 and 12 years.  The first one left me and I left the second one.  The first one had an affair with another woman, the second had an affair with Budweiser.  Both wound up as sexless marriages, the first one my choice, the second one his choice.

My children are 14 and 18 and about as opposite as you can get.  One girl, one boy.  One A++ student, one barely passing every grade.  One is great in sports, and one is clumsy as can be.  One a fighter, the other a go along to get alonger.  It amazes me sometimes that they came from the exact same gene pool.

And after working at a job for 12 years, I was put to VERY part time and job hunted for 11 months to find another full time job.  Now I have both, and need them both since I am no longer making anywhere near what I used to.

So go ahead, ask away... 

My Momma always said I would tell my life story to a stranger in the grocery store check out line, might as well spill it to you too!

Bluebie Bluebie
46-50, F
19 Responses Feb 23, 2010

No. My daughter is older by 4 years. I have been told that my son feels like he could never do as well as his sister, so that's why he is an underachiever when it comes to school. Personally, I just think his focus is elsewhere. My son is very bright and very creative, he just never has seen the benefits of a formal education the same way as my daughter does.

Is the boy older? It's quite common for a boy to not compete with a bright younger sister. Not that, of course, that's all there is to it.

Interesting you would ask that uyknas, because I am trying to figure that one out myself. I spent so many years taking care of everyone else I really don't know. I am hoping yoga will put me more in tune with myself so I can figure it out. When I do I'll be sure to let you know :)

Sooner! Why the heck didn't I see your comment before??? Ugh. I will tell the story. Eventually. ;)<br />
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Average, the two men I was married to were very different. Probably about as different as you can get, really... I agree marriage should be full of communication and compassion, not taking the other for granted. Guess that's why I have had two divorces. lol

Oh crap Bassy. Called me out on that one! It is kind of a long story for a comment, don't you think?

Aw c'mon didn't share the best adult toy story - lol :)<br />
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You had me in tears

rooooooooooooooooooooooooo? giant vibrator! covers paws with eyes! was going to ask if you know where the treats are? but scared if I look on my own might find zzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzz! hehehehe runs away!

I would absolutely LOVE to own a home on the river in Coosawattee River Resort, Ellijay GA. I have vacationed there a couple of times and I just love the peace and the sound of the river as I sit on the deck and have my morning coffee.

I have had six total, in my life, so obviously I have not been married to all of them. I guess any is the answer? I am 44, so surely that is not classified as many? lol

My favorite thing in the whole world is chocolate cheesecake from this little italian bakery in Little Italy, NYC. My first husband and I would go to the city for a nice dinner, then go sit on the patio of this little bakery and share a slice of chocolate cheesecake. I don't remember the name of the place, but there was a statue of St. Francis right across the road. Yum.<br />
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Oh, and yes, I like pretty much all cheescake, Mother :)

Well, I have been through a few embarrassing scenarios when it comes to adult toys...<br />
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One of them finding a giant vibrator in my Mom's drawer when I was a teenager, and I mean a GIANT one! <br />
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Another one was my daughter picking something up one morning from just under my bed when she was about 4, where it had rolled the night before, holding it up, and saying "What's this Mommy?" I told her it was a dog bone. LOL<br />
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Very cute FG. I'm not spilling that one. I think I gave good enough. Just saying...

What is the most embarrassing scenario you can imagine involving adult toys? have you ever been in that scenario?

I would say that right now is the best age, and next year will be the best age, and every age I've already been was the best age (and there have been a few! lol). I'm glad I lived through all of them, even the bad ones, and I believe the best is yet to come! I read somewhere that you can only truly experience life and love in the present, so that is what I am shooting for :)<br />
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Thanks Lonelyness21.

Yes. No. Yes. What?

Are you a curvy lady?<br />
If so, would you consider yourself busty?<br />
Do you enjoy male attention to your chest?<br />
Do you like breast play?

Ok. Just let me know if you come up with something good. lol

Ok, Rog. You have a daring question? You know I will answer you... ;)

If I could bring something from my childhood into today, it would be my Grandmother. She and I were very close, and even though she lived a full life before passing 12 1/2 years ago, I still miss her.

Rog. I guess time will tell, but it would have to be an extraordinary relationship. As for now, I am just taking life one day at a time. Utlra cautious? That's a good way to put it. I'll go with that. :)<br />
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Pdad. Anything out of the box? Definately yes. I can say I have tried just about everything at least once. The problem with my first husband is he didn't appreciate or want anything "out of the box", and I was completely bored. The problem with my second husband is that he was waaaayyy too "out of the box" and drinking all the time doesn't do much for the marital sex life, you know? I am guessing you are a male because you didn't ask if either of them really took the time and effort to figure out what makes ME tick. And the answer to that is NO.