Matt said he wanted to create a website that is fun and easy to use but also safe - all profiles are checked and vetted before going online.
The profiles are only visible to other members and personal email addresses are not shared.
So between two marriages, her own mother's illness, kids and grandkids, my mom is used to taking care of people.
Why does she not consider what I have given up for her to live with me? Who likes the thermostat at 69 and who likes it at 73? Not only did my mom spend the last 10 years taking care of him, but she had also helped to take care of her own mom who lived with us when I was young (until she passed).
Last month, she told me her boyfriend was moving in with her, and this weekend I met him.
She’s barely reached retirement age; it’s not as if she’s about to be consigned to a nursing home. Equal measure: My husband and I are retiring this year and selling off an old beach house we bought years ago.
I don’t even want to think about why my mom and this 30-year-old hottie are dating, but should I meddle or leave her alone?
A part of me worries she’s being scammed in some elaborate way, and another part is just reeling. A: I understand the surprise, as it’s an awfully large age gap, but your mother is only in her mid-60s and seems to be in perfect command of her faculties—it’s a little soon to fear “elder abuse,” especially when men in their 60s appear to regularly fall prey to hot thirtysomethings without anyone worrying about their well-being.
And while we are on this same thought, why does she start watching TV when I am on the phone? So Lord, is this what it is going to be like forever?
Also, why does she seem to need to yell when she talks?