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Whatever makes you happy, I guess.

Max_d_cat 7 Aug 11
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There is a Price both ways .

GEGR Level 7 Aug 12, 2019

Not for me. Not having children was the perfect choice for me.

@Sticks48 Not having kids was a great choice for me until I got old and widowed here in central Iowa, and man is it costing me in trying to date, where almost all the women only want family men with kids, even when the women are in their mid-50s or older, WTF?

@TomMcGiverin That's not true here as far as l can tell.

@Sticks48 I'm sure it isn't. You're near Austin, which has many aging hipsters like me.

@TomMcGiverin Very true. I hadn't really thought about it that way.

@Sticks48 Sucks to be me I guess.......

@TomMcGiverin We all have those times. They come, they go.

@Sticks48 Mine is going on several years now, if you include the time I spent watching my late wife suffer and die slowly. I hope you are right about it for me. It's getting emotionally exhausting......

@TomMcGiverin I'm sorry you are going through this, and i am sure living in a small midwestern town probably doesn't make it any easier. Maybe you should think about a move.

@Sticks48 Need my local friends too much and don;t know anybody anywhere else. I also don;t make new friends that easily at my age.

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Yep!

Sticks48 Level 9 Aug 11, 2019