'Normally I would say no, but I was going on so many dates anyway,' she said.The date was a success and a relationship blossomed that lasted two years.Six weeks later she was pregnant, and two years after that her husband admitted cheating on her.When a co-worker of her husband's caught her eye at one of their regular dinner parties, the book explains how she began a love affair that spanned the rest of her marriage and then through her divorce in her early forties.“I can’t believe you didn’t sock him in the face,” Granny offered.Gail wasn’t just giving advice — she wound up needing it from her granddaughter as well. I'm looking for fun friends, then maybe more if it's right. My bad breath is now under control, hip replacement also seems to have worked. I loved it meeting different people from all over the world ...42, female, Manchester, Lancashire1st up I'm separated ( still technically married on paper).
I would like to meet someone with a good sense of humour who is easy going and does not stress out easily who shares a similar outlook and enjoys the same ...'We just broke broke up after the book got printed, it was a great relationshiop that ran it's course.'Meanwhile Granny, as Miss Stollak calls her, wasn't looking for a relationship - she was simply looking to have some fun, and support her granddaughter.'Shes likes her independence, not being committed to someone According to the book, Gail dated her ex-husband for just five weeks before tying the knot at 19 in 1954.The West Palm Beach resident, now 77, agreed to have dinner with a man who joked she should pick up the tab on the second date.When that date rolled around, he ordered the most expensive dishes on the menu and insisted she pay up.43, female, Perth, Perthshire Going out with friends Going out for walks Cinema, theatre, concerts Travelling. Down to earth girl looking to meet genuine guy who wants to date and see where it goes. Love the cinema, eating out, quiet pubs, and cozy nights in with a good film.