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Oh where is my Prince Charming...Still searching after 40? Ever wonder if he ever existed? or if he might still be out there? Ladies, after turning Fabulously 40 we must realize that we don’t want the Prince any longer, we must search for the King, as every woman deserves nothing less than a King that will worship her as his Queen. At the “Ripe” but young age of 46, I believe I have kissed many FROGS from New York to Florida to the mountains of Montana and back to Florida. There were some incredible Prince’s, one in particular that I was just to young, vain, and bitchy, to realize that he would have been a King, had I given him the chance. We learn as we make mistakes, and we gain wisdom or do we? I hope to share personal experiences in this blog that will encourage all of you Fabulous Queens to vent, share, laugh, cry, seek advice and whatever else you may need to do or ask. Join me in my quest to find King Charming.



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      Kristine McDavid wrote Sep 21, 2008
    • When I was 35 I realized I was so focused on when I would meet that awesome guy, I had denied myself a lot of things waiting to share them with “that guy” who might not even exist.   I decided from that point on I would focus on myself and being completely happy on my own.   I trained for a triathlon that year, and planned a trip to Europe for 18 days.   I bought new furniture for my condo, and redid the kitchen. I learned how to change a light fixture, and the tires on my car.  I got massages at least once a month, and visited old friends.  Then in the middle of it all, Lou asked me out.   I had been playing basketball with him for a year and a half, and had hardly spoken to him.   He was 10 years younger then me, and I thought, what is this kid up to?  At first I told him I was busy, and I really was,  I mean it was all about me right then and there, but he was ruthless in his pursuit to take me to lunch.  I finally agreed thinking that he would see we were completely different people and drop the whole thing.   But then the last thing I expected happened.   Lou, 10 years younger than me Lou, was the perfect gentlemen.  He opened doors, and sent me flowers.  He got me a card after the first lunch to say what a great time he had.  He called me to see how my day was.  He helped me with heavy bags, and had impecable manners.  Now 4 years later we just got married.   So my message is, don’t cut down your list, don’t settle for less.   Be prepared and able to be happy on your own,  if it is meant to me it may be the person you least expected



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      Almostfive0 wrote Sep 21, 2008
    • It’s true,...if we remember to stay aware we will learn from our mistakes, or as I like to look at it learn from our decisions. I am sure that when you really think about it you learned something from each of those frogs you encountered along they way happy



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      Amazingrace wrote Sep 21, 2008
    • WOWEE. Thanks Ladies. I loved all the comments. It is so very true that the “list” we had, compared to the “list” we have today, show how we have matured and grown into the fabulous women we are today. I do believe that each frog I have kissed has brought me to the woman I am today. I do find that as we mature it gets a bit harder to find frogs that are even acceptable to share a meal with let alone kiss. Pair that up with having a child - and a whole new set of acceptable rules come into play. SO, “sex and the single parent” is not so easy or safe in todays world. Mickeyd has the right idea, its all about loving yourself first and all else will follow. Stay tuned for more...



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      Almostfive0 wrote Sep 22, 2008
    • I’m sure it must be a challenge trying to date these days...SCARY! Especially being a mom.
      I think you got it right though, it’s definitely all about working on you and loving every step of the process.



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      Jenni0811 wrote Nov 17, 2008
    • I settled for 2 knaves...not even princes....and now I am absolutely going for the king!



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      Amazingrace wrote Nov 17, 2008
    • We must remember NEVER to settle for less than we deserve. Love does not mean accepting someone’s bad behavior and most of all, real love doesn’t make you cry in sadness. As much as I want to have a special someone I have to believe that GOD has a plan and my king is waiting on me too. Fate will find the way to have us meet :)) GO FOR IT jenni0811!! He is awaiting your arrival!



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