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ONLINE COUGAR

By W.D. Lekker



Copyright 2013, W.D. Lekker

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ONLINE COUGAR

I blinked at the online dating website’s interface, and I wondered, hard, about what I was going to type into the About Me field. At first, I typed Recently separated, but haven’t signed divorce papers, yet. Only, each time I hit backspace and erased it. Part of me thought that sounded honest, and that some women might find that refreshing. The other part of me knew it made me sound like I could be filled with drama and emotional baggage. And that would be partly true. Sure, my marriage’s break up hurt, but Sue and I were trying to keep things as friendly as possible. Sometimes that hurt more – especially after 10 years of marriage. It’s easier to walk away when you absolutely hate somebody. I could never hate Sue. Only, I knew she wasn’t going to be coming back, even if the papers were going to be no fault status. Eventually, I kept that little tidbit out. “Separated” was listed for the marital status on the checklist anyway, so there was no need to be redundant.

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