Somewhere 
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Re: “You Can't Always Get What You Want

Wow...I didn't think my moment would produce so many opinions; however, I appreciate all opinions, negative and positive.
Koda I don't believe marriage is a five second decision. Marriage is for life. If you don't believe this, I feel sad for your choices. I married my husband because I loved him. I still do. Because he can't produce children doesn't mean that it changes, he's still the same person. I believe that the way you feel for the person you chose to spend your life with is very important. Pity if you don't feel the same. I have a full life and feel very fortunate.
Real chick, children don't come in perfect boxes. Neither do husbands or wives. Life changes and to be stronger we learn to deal with it. Love, nurture, support, trust and honesty pertain to the living and the unborn.
Ivan sonovabithch, I love your take on it. You sound strong. I wish to be able to channel some of that.
Cranky, true.
Montrealman, I would like to debate/talk/share opinions with you.
T.t.fonebone...kids are indeed not a recipe for happiness. There is a book titled something,like " I can hardly take care of myself...." Most parents I know aren't happy and children add to the complexity of that equation
No_fool, I pitty the fool. If you are that shallow, I am sorry for the people in your life.
Reg lecrisp, interesting spin regarding Eco, blah blah blah. I drive a hybrid, buy organic, pay for carbon credits and have planted over 12,000 trees in my lifetime. . I'm sure some people feel no sadness towards,my situation; however, receiving condolences wasn't my intent. I had a sad moment and decided to post.

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Posted by Somewhere on 10/20/2013 at 9:23 PM

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