[Homestead] Finding that Homesteading Partner, was Re: Moving?
intuit at teleport.com
Wed Nov 22 16:30:29 EST 2006
Oh do I agree with you! I'm not a church goer either but Iam spiritual.
Some of the stuff you see makes a person want to explode- but it's their
life, not mine, thank god. I think your last answer was the right one
whether you do our not. Live your life and see what happens! I would never
recommend one of these find your love.com to anyone. A perfectly good waste
of time and good money. It does get lonely ou there all by one's self.
Thanks for you input, it's appreciated. Linda in NW WA
----- Original Message -----
From: "Gloria Morris" <gloriamorris59 at gmail.com>
To: <homestead at lists.ibiblio.org>
Sent: Wednesday, November 22, 2006 1:03 PM
Subject: [Homestead] Finding that Homesteading Partner, was Re: Moving?
> On 11/22/06, Linda <intuit at teleport.com> wrote:
> > If I may butt in? Speaking of long distance boyfriends? My husband
> > away almost 2 years ago, and I figured it's time to start living again
> > I'd dry up and blow away. (kids were bugging me) so I got on line and
> > one of the meet a match .com clubs. I sure did! I'd wake up each
> > 30 new messages- and to make a long story short, most of them turned out
> > be crooked as heck or older than dirt! What do *good* women like us do?
> > do you meet a nice man who doesn't want to take everything you've worked
> > hard for? Linda: in NW WA
> That's a good question, Linda! I wish I had a good answer. I tried
> going to church to meet someone of similarly like mind, but while I'm
> spiritual, I'm not very religious, so that really didn't work well for
> me. I don't meet men at my women's drumming circle, and the men's
> drumming circle takes a dim view of women with drums! I don't meet
> very many men through my handspinning and knitting groups. I have
> tried the horse angle, since I've been horse crazy since I was a tot
> and horses have always been a huge part of my life. But there's maybe
> a reason for the song "Mamas don't let your babies grow up to be
> cowboys." <grin>
> I figure you just live your life and hopefully meet someone good for
> you. And if not, at least you'll be living your life the way you want
> to live, with or without a partner. There's bad apples everywhere,
> whether at the feed mill in a small town or on the Internet. I have a
> friend who used to be a bartender at a bar in a little town. She said
> it was all she could do to bite her tongue when she'd see a man out
> with his girlfriend on Saturday night, and in church on Sunday morning
> with the wife and kids. I guess that is just another way of saying
> that you'll find bad apples everywhere, and probably a few keepers too
> - I don't think there is one good way of finding them.
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