so what guys now adays arent mature even at 45 so what the hell if he has growiung up to do,like i say 'if we cant find a gewntleman >...we might as well raise them to be " and a younger guy we vcan teach them to be the way we want him to be .and thats my though im 43 my husband is 22 and as u can see for urself we are very much in loveView Thread
hi im 43 my soon to be husband is 22.we are very much inlove as you can see hes very handsome of course i dont quite look my age either ,hes has a tremendous amount of women who hit on him.and im sure ppl probbably talk st behind my back like i must be rich hahahahahahahahaha wrong imnot hes works and supports me and my kids he loves my kids and vise versa.will it last forver..hmmm does anything?who knows i see many same age relationships that dont so i dont care what ppl say i just know atht many womoen wish they had my man .but i have him and im going to believe that god joined us forever and enjoy every minute of it we are getting married november 16 of this years hes paid for a story book wedding so you tell me he adores me we have great sex we have a very loving relationship hes great with my kids..hes gorgeous and the younger girls are all jealous.hahahaha id say ive got it pretty darn great right now.what do you think ..none of us have tomorrow promised to us so im going to enjoy it while i can ill worry about tomorrow when it gets here:)View Thread
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