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Ask Amy: Grandfathering leaves little time for romance


Dear Amy: My long-time male friend and I have been together for over 15 years.

He lives just a few miles away.

We talked about marriage for a while, but that impulse waned as time went by.

I think we both believe that we have a good relationship and that marrying or living together might change that.

He is a great, easy-going man who I do love dearly, and I know he loves me, too.

Here is the caveat: We both have grandkids from our previous marriages.

I feel as most grandmothers do that my grandkids are the loves of my life.

He feels the same about his grandchildren.

When it comes to sitting with the little ones, however, he is over the top.

He babysits several days during the week, as well as staying overnight when his kids take a trip.

As time goes by, I find myself alone more and more.



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