Hi Mirenda64, I just read your post and allthough not in the same boat with the grandkids and all, as far as having friends to chat with or go to lunch with etc. I definitely understand. I have many malities which limit my going out time but all my old friends have their own lives. My two kids are out on there own and I'll be 50 in a few months. I am married going on 22 years this year but girls just need to talk to girls and have a girl day so I understand. I don't know what state you live in but I'll definitely say a prayer about it. I could use a friiend myself. God Bless.View Thread
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