HI I AM IN THE FINAL STAGES OF DIVORCE AND AM REALLY STRUGGLING WITH THE LONELY PART OF THIS. I HAPPEN TO ALSO BE AN EMPTY-NESTER AND AM ON MY OWN FOR THE FIRST TIME IN MY LIFE MANY OF MY FAMILY AND FRIENDS HAVE RE-LOCATED BECAUSE OF HURRICANE KATRINA AND THE ONES WHO ARE HERE ARE BUSY WITH THEIR OWN LIVES OR ARE STILL IN THE FOG OF LOSING SO MUCH SO MY OPTIONS ARE VERY LIMITED IN MEETING NEW PEOPLE I VOLUNTEER WITH HABITAT BUT WORK MOSTLY WITH WONDERFUL PEOPLE FROM OTHER STATES MY CHURCH IS A SMALL CONGREGATION MADE UP OF MOSTLY ELDERLY PEOPLE WHO ARE WONDERFUL BUT I AM 53 AND WOULD LIKE TO FIND PEOPLE WHO ENJOY DOING THINGS OUTSIDE OF THE HOME ANY SUGGESTIONS?
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