About Me: Female, 50, Atlanta, GA, member since Feb 2009
I have been blessed with 2 gorgeous children and a granddaughter. I am engaged to a gorgeous and wonderful man. I finally found someone who is a caring and decent human being, and let's me be me! Born and raised in Florence, Italy for the most part of my life! I love
[More] to learn new languages, currently I am fluent in 5. I found med help when needing advise on gallbladder surgery and since then have found many new friends to share life experiences with.
Hii!! I havent spoken to you in such a long time!! I remember the last time we spoke it was last summer and I was going through a breakup.. God was that the best thing I could have done for myself! It was hard but very appropriate. Now I have a wonderful man :) and we are expecting!! I'm so excited!! How are you?? I hope your okayy...whats going on with your father and your son.. :( I hope all is well.
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