Well hell, boys I   have fallen deep in to the cauldron.it took me by surprise, but I am one  happy son of a bitch. i was married for many years, and had forgotten what new love felt lie with a beautiful brainy woman. She makes me smile at the thought of her  So what advice do you guys have for  a returning lover? Or do you think I need my ass kicked  just for thinking about it ?

Stein

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Just go slow, keep your eyes out, but don't let anger towards another cloud views of this one.

I've got three very close friends that married poorly the first time and met absolute perfect matches the second. Two weren't even actively looking

Wise words!

Hah!

Take your time...apply lessons learned from before and do things differently this go. Also, have fun. Enjoy it. Happy for you!! :)

Thanks, man!

Pretty cool!

Hmm, I'm not sure what to make of that.

So it sounds like your mom made her peace with your dad's disposition then. I'd like to think though that, for your wife's sake, you've discontinued that particular tradition.

I think people are built to love others and with a desire to be loved, so no ass kicking required. Does she feel the same? That's the big question! If so, keep doing what you are doing 'cause it seems to be working!

Congrats!

Yes she does! Thanks!

You will not longer be allowed into the He-Man Woman Haters Club but that might just be a good thing.

Congratulations Stein. I hope everything works out for you. Good luck and enjoy the ride.

Couldn't've happened to a better man.  Congratulations to you and yours.


JB

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