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So, for those that may be looking for love, just know that it's coming.  Focus on you!  Do the things that energize your sou!  You may even try reading a few good romance novels to take you away to beautiful islands; make you laugh at the love antics, while taking your mind off of work, the uncertainties of the day, and lastly, it will relieve you from focusing on what you don't have.


This page on Love and Relationships will not only share some of our stories, we'll offer various articles, and other information that hopefully you'll enjoy.


For instance, here's an article from Oprah.com you might like:  https://www.oprah.com/relationships/6-lessons-on-why-its-never-too-late-to-find-love/all


In essence, if there's no one in your life to love at the time, concentrate on loving you more, and do things that bring you joy.  Just think, he or she just might be at your next cooking class, on your hike, or at your dance class.


Remember YAYOL -- You Are Your Only Limitation!

If you're over 50 and looking for love, just know it's never too late!


Ray and I met almost five years ago in February 2016.  He was 62 and I had just turned 57, and all I can say is "he became my Romance Novel."  What do I mean by that?  Before meeting Ray, I had stopped dating and said to God, "I'm just going to wait on you -- when you're ready for me to meet someone, I will!"


During the time I wasn't dating, I did fall in love with reading Black Romance Novels . . . sometimes reading two in one weekend.   I had so many over 1 1/2 to 2 years, that I had to start giving them away.  


Then, I met HIM, a man that was so close to what I had been reading about . . . tall, dark, handsome, fun, patient, spontaneous, and a Man of God.  It was so surreal, I still sometimes have to pinch myself. 


Fast forward to me preparing my wedding vows in August 2018, and it amazed me that I had not read one of my beloved romance novels since I met him.  So, it was apropos that I ended my wedding vowels stating, "Ray, you are truly my Romance Novel!"