I was going to respond to GLe333 regarding moving on and perhaps dating but my comment was becoming a bit long so decided to share it with everyone. It's been 18 months since my beautiful Michael died and I've been asked out for coffee, lunch etc by some really lovely chaps during that time. I had to decline because I just wasn't ready. I have been asked out to lunch next week by a lovely man and I've accepted because I feel a little bit more brave. I have told him I am not interested in a relationship but just a nice guy to go to the theatre with, dinner and all the things that become hard when you're suddenly single. He has been very understanding. I'm tired of being lonely and feeling alone all the time, so here goes. I still feel very vulnerable and sad all the time but this is the next step on my journey, I have spent the last 18 months being here for my kids and Grandkids. It's time for me to have time for me. Sorry to anyone who was expecting flowery language. None tonight. Love to all of you. Xxxxxxxxxxx
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