Moving in together – across country. Really?

Once Upon a Time…not that long ago – two people – two goals

Myammy! Moving in together at 50...

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To move in or not to move in: that is the question

Sherry (admits to “over 50”) and Claude (62) met online. They exchanged four e-mails, enjoyed two lengthy phone calls, and on the first date, both were very carefully falling in love. They both like Woody Allen, Wine Tasting, Jazz concerts, old San Francisco, traveling to Santa Fe for the opera, Carmel, Wagner, and visiting National Parks.

She likes fiction. He likes nonfiction.  He loves butter, cream, and eggs.  She’s more of an advocate for quinoa, vegetables, and exploring the aisles of Whole Foods. They were roughly the same age, had been through painful divorces, had launched their kids, were finishing up careers and both were seriously thinking about retirement.

He has a condo in San Francisco on Nob Hill, a doorman, spectacular views of both bridges; rarely drives – walks everywhere, and knows San Francisco like the back…

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One thought on “Moving in together – across country. Really?

  1. martina2b May 9, 2019 at 12:07 AM Reply

    I understand this one. I am a person deeply attached to my space… and no one is really offering me full partnership…
    maybe because of our stage of life, we are really made to be going deeper into the soul’s relationship with God, rather than starting over with another human.
    I don’t mean to be jaded, but…
    love you,
    m

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