Make your own happy ending.

Where’s my fairytale?

All my princes turned to toads.  .  .

Ever after that?Image

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15 thoughts on “Make your own happy ending.

  1. Eric Alagan says:

    Oh dear – that’s bad. Perhaps if you started with frogs instead – they might turn into —-

    • janineyork says:

      Hi Eric! Yeah, who knows? Maybe someday I will meet my match. Until then, I am in love with my life. I really would rather be alone than with the wrong person and unhappy. 😉

  2. Aww, here’s a toad willing to make amends. 😛 *croak-e-croak*

    • janineyork says:

      I know that there are some good ones out there. I am sure you are one of them. I just seem to always find the creepy ones. Oh well, maybe one day. If not, I love my life and that is more than a lot of people who have companions can say. 🙂

  3. reocochran says:

    Have you ever read Accidental Cootchie Mama? I quoted her in one of my recent posts (http://andrawatkins.com) she gave me a lot of encouragement saying she had to slog through a lot of muck to find her prince. We are in the muck, my dear together! Smile and a hug, Robin

  4. gita4elamats says:

    Go for the frogs! {{{HUGS}}}

  5. reocochran says:

    I am so grateful for all of your thoughtful and kind words to me, encouraging me. I want to remind you of all those men who missed out because they were jerks, (“been there, done that!”) and how there are quiet, nice ones out there, just kind of shy. Hope and pray only to have someone to share the road and remember the fun memories when we get old and need someone to remind us. Your daughter is another blessing. Maybe, like my oldest one, age 33, Carrie, found me Lenny, even just to share awhile with, gives me hope. Maybe your daughter will do this for you, or someone in your walk down the path of life and love.

    • janineyork says:

      Thank you so much Robin. I am grateful for your friendship and words of encouragement through my journey as well. Who knows what the future holds, my luck with men hasn’t been great. My luck with family has made up for it. Who says that romantic love is for everyone? I am learning to be happy without it. If it happens I am open to it, but it would have to be a special person. I am happy though, with what I have. I have more than most!

  6. prayingforoneday says:

    Hang in there Pal..
    Mr Right is out there looking for you x
    I met the Woman of Dreams at School we are still together…I guess “Luck” I explain to my Sons “Guys this doesn;t happen all the time” As my oldest son is a crier and always gets upset in love..And My 2 Daughters, 3 and 4 years old..

    Well we will cross that bridge when I am 50 years old or something..lol

    Hang in there, beautiful girls like you will attract men easily, so you need to get past the rubbish to find Mr Right..

    Just some Scottish male Advice here..
    Probably all wrong.. 🙂

    x

    • janineyork says:

      aww. Thank you. I am trying to get past the rubbish. Sometimes it is hard to discern. I am trying to open my heart to love again. Still not sure about it. . .

      • prayingforoneday says:

        I think the more we look, the harder the journey to find.
        When we don’t look, we find..

        Make sense?
        And honest, I ain’t no expert, just observational stuff..
        You will be sure one day, married, Kids, and all the trimmings…You will see..

        x

  7. bdh63 says:

    Princes are probably even harder to live with than frogs… At least frogs have fairly simple needs and a manageable ego. 😉

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