So how would you sum up your year in Love?
- Has 2015 delivered what you wanted?
- Was the year a relationship disaster?
- Are you still optimistic?
Here are some reactions I have received & my thoughts to them
Graham – it’s been a strange year as far as relationships go. After my husband passing away last year I was not looking for love this year, but back in the summer a new man entered my life. I’m not saying anything more than let’s see how this shapes up.
GT: Good for you for moving on – I think to be more on the cautious side is a good thing too. Take things slowly & I hope it works out for you & prove all the doubters that they were maybe wrong about your new life.
I have not met the man of my dreams this year but I have sorted my head out about what I don’t want in life. I’m ready to take on the world now in 2016
GT: Sounds to me that you have suffered somewhat in the pass with men – Sometimes giving yourself space without clutter is a great way to work out what you really want – Good luck.
Graham – 2015 has delivered exactly what I wanted. This year I married my childhood sweetheart – I have been waiting for years for him to pop the question & he did last year. This August we had the fairytale wedding – I love my man & could not be happier.
GT: Wow that sounds like a dream come true. Congratulations and have a happy 2016 together!
So, In Summary…
I believe we all have good & bad years – If it’s been a bad year then I hope you will spend sometime over Christmas making plans for next year to be your year – Don’t ever forget love has a strange way of showing itself to you sometimes – So never think it’s never going to happen!
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