Stilettomeup dating older men
Anyone who’s been in a serious long-term relationship knows the journey isn’t without certain challenges, and when you’re dating an older man—we’re talking a decade or more—things can get even trickier.
I know this firsthand, as I’m 25 years old, and I’ve been dating an older guy nearly 15 years my senior for almost four years.
Their career is often the highlight of their day, and their life really. It could have very well been the typical relationship I’ve seen growing up: men working, women taking care of home. My husband is caring; he is loving; he is soft and sweet; he is romantic; he knows when to offer and give me a good rub; he knows when to give me a hand with our son, and when to get involved in the kitchen. Don’t get me wrong, it’s not always peaches and cream.
So today I was on a mission to finish organizing our home office. Not because I care about the size of it.after so many years and lessons later I’ve learned it means absolutely NOTHING, but because when I was a young girl, size did matter, and I had dreamt of having a 7 carat ring. Probably not a wise thing to do on my part, but he says he loved it and it didn’t put him off not one bit. At some point in his life he ran the finances for a big jewelry company. But one thing he doesn’t know is how to surprise me. Either that, or I just simply know how to get it out of him.
I have been addicted to shoes for as long as I can remember.Somehow I feel like the more I wear them, the more I will ruin them and I do not want to mess my dream shoes. A year ago, before I took a break from blogging, I wrote a post on my shoe obsession and its history from childhood to the present day.I get more satisfaction out of looking at them in my closet, perfectly nice and neat, untouched, than wearing them out and seeing black marks or dirt on the heel. Especially when some of these cost thousands and to buy them just to have them sit on a shelf sounds pretty outrageous but to me it isn’t. I don’t want to rewrite the same thing here so if you are interested in reading how I went from a pair of pink slippers to the collection I have, check out Egreis Gjergjani “Once a Shoe Lover, Always a Shoe Lover” post. I envisioned a huge closet specifically for shoes only. Couldn’t draw for shit (still can’t), but in my head I could conceptualize the sickest design I had ever seen.And at e Harmony, as we’re focused on deep-down compatibility, who you connect with can be even more surprising.You may find yourself considering dating an older man, and if it’s good enough for the likes of Demi Moore and Catherine Zeta-Jones, why not you?