Saturday, 7 August 2010

STATUS CHANGED.

You know you're in love when you can't fall asleep because reality is finally better than your dreams.Dr. Seuss American Writer and Cartoonist, b. 1904-1991.



Thanks to a good friend for sending me that. it's true. Now,many of you who are on Facebook,or My Yearbook,or indeed Tagged,and who are on my friends list,just may have noticed i have changed some of my personal information,mainly the fact i changed from being single,to "in a relationship".indeed bloody facebook faced meltdown when i did lol.over 40 comments.cor,you lot aren't half nosey.so,does this mean mort has a nice lady friend in his life? yes.it does. fairly obvious who it is,her dog featured on my last 2 posts.as did her name. Myra. early days,but we are close friends. thanks for all the kind comments about spice.
Being a carer puts a strain on any relationship,especially when both parties are ill themselves,but she understands how things are. we will see,nobody knows what the future holds for us. oh,yes mum has met her.ladies,PLEASE explain how women can have such long animated conversations about.........clothes?????? on second thoughts dont.lol.and,yes mum likes her. so,status changed. take care all.

"I DIDNT THINK IT COULD HAPPEN AGAIN,I WAS TOO OLD,TOO SET IN MY WAYS, I WAS CONVINCED I WOULD ALWAYS BE LONELY,ALL OF THE REST OF MY DAYS" lyrics to "falling in love again" by the late,sadly missed JOHN DENVER.

11 comments:

jack69 said...

You are absolutely right Mort. Being a carer does put a strain on a relationship, even a marriage. I imagine for sure that if the carer is also suffering it adds.

But Things do work out, and through the strain, love sill shine!
Hang in there!

I'm mostly known as 'MA' said...

I'm very happy for you and glad to see the change. I know that it will be good for you both. I was married for 27 years before I lost my husband and I do know the value of companionship and love. Blessings for a wonderful relationship !

Bucko (a.k.a., Ken) said...

Very Happy for you :o)

Lisa said...

Mort, so happy for you, Love Lisa xxxxxxxx

Jan said...

Hey this is wonderful ,I did wonder when spice went missing ,I am so happy you are happy ..love Jan xx

Lucy said...

Mort you are the best in my book! If your lady friend sees this be sure to tell her I am married and 80 but I am so happy that YOU are happy. That makes life a little easier and happier for all concerned. Glad your mum likes her.

Sybil said...

My dear Mort....maybe I should rephrase that to just Dear Mort LOL
I am so happy for you. Just take care and enjoy each day as it comes...
much Happiness,
love Sybil xx

Yasmin said...

Woo Hoo mort really happy for you and you deserve to have your own happiness.

Love Yasmin
xx

Herrad said...

Hi Mort,
Very happy for you and your darling Myra.
Great news.
Love,
Herrad

ADB said...

That is great news, Mort - you can support each other. In spite of the strain that ill health will pose.

Beth said...

That's wonderful to hear, Mort!