The Book of Questions part 1  

JuicyBBW1001 54F
2166 posts
7/6/2006 2:16 am

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The Book of Questions part 1

Someone once gave me a book called "The Book of Questions" by Gregory Stock, Phd. The questions are all very thought provoking. So I thought we could answer them together. Don't be shy now. I always appreciate people who are willing to share with me. So are you ready for question number 1?? Here it goes:

For a person you loved deeply, would you be willing to move to a distant country knowing there would be little chance of seeing your friends or family again?

I think about this question alot, because I really am not happy living in Florida but at the same time I am not so sure I would want to just start all over again in a different place much less a different country. However if the person in question could accept both myself and my daughter and love us both. I suppose I would do that. My family is almost non existant as it where and all the friends I have are the fair weather variety so I wouldn't miss anyone and I am pretty sure they would not miss me.


rm_Poetical25 36M
95 posts
7/6/2006 3:03 am

Sigh ... In my Case I am in a Country My Daughter is in Another .. The woman that Is seriously intrested in me is in another State ... My Sisters are all over the world !! It is a Mess !!
Would Relocating be easy?! ofcourse Not! espcially between Countries!!
Best Of Luck!


JuicyBBW1001 replies on 7/6/2006 3:41 am:
I haven't met the man I would be willing to do this for though sigh But thanks for stopping by and come back again.

rm_FreeLove999 46F
16127 posts
7/6/2006 3:05 am

Not at this point in my life. I would not leave my husband and he is very rooted in Cape Town, with a lot of important political commitments here.

there is someone else i love as much as my husband who lives on the east coast (i live on the west coast) of the country, who i would like to live with, but if that were on the cards, i'd actually be very torn. i would not want to be without my daughter and i would not want my daughter to be without her father (my husband).

i travel a lot for work (going to harare on sunday and tanzania in august) and that has to satisfy my wonder-lust for the time-being. if i were not married with kid(s) i would definitely be a rolling stone ... but when i was a rolling stone (for 10 years, eventually i just wanted to settle in one place, and this is the place i chose, so i'm gonna stick with it).

when i first got together with my husband, he turned down a job in another part of the country because he wanted to stay with me and give our relationship a chance!

[blog freelove999]

JuicyBBW1001 replies on 7/6/2006 3:44 am:
Your lucky then that your husband wanted to give the relationship a chance. I am finding that often times men and even some women don't allow a relationship to grow, they seem more interested in the "what's in it for me" angle then what they can bring to a relationship to help it grow through the good times and bad.

sexyariesgirl 57F

7/6/2006 4:08 am

I don't think I would move to another COUNTRY....I'm not brave enough for that....but I did move to be with my Sweet Baby.

Power To FOK

JuicyBBW1001 replies on 7/6/2006 5:40 am:
Well heck TWIN when you have lived in one state for most of your life even another state can seem like a different country.

bbw4u06 50F

7/6/2006 5:20 am

Well I met and married someone in the air force. Left home for just over 3 years. Moved to two different countries in that time frame. Then we moved back here. I was going to leave him for another man in the UK last year until he passed away.
My husband told me when we were getting on the plane to move from here he figured we would get to the airport and I would look at him and say I am not leaving my family. I told him that why would I marry him if I felt that way he was the man I loved and that was it.

JuicyBBW1001 replies on 7/6/2006 11:36 am:
I sometimes think men are dumbfounded and at a loss when women do something they totally didn't expect.

MorganLeFaye1978 38F
110 posts
7/6/2006 11:47 am

I would have to say yes I probably would. I already did it once (although it was just another state) for the one I loved. I left family and friends behind who I very rarely see. Maybe once or twice a year if that. And I haven't made many friends here so it wouldn't really be any different then the life I have now. Nice post juicy. But I do know that my man wouldn't. He is stuck here and I believe in his mind would never leave no matter what. *sigh*

JuicyBBW1001 replies on 7/6/2006 1:45 pm:
Well look on the bright side you have someone to share your life with and that makes a difference. I only have my daughter and while I love her more than life itself, it would still be nice to have a man to love and hold near and dear to my heart.

themisskrissy 56F
2302 posts
7/6/2006 9:33 pm


to know me and to love me so much he would not dream of taking me away..

this is my homeland.. this is my energy source.. i will not live away from the coast ever again.. or away from my family.. i have done that and did not like it.. these are my roots.. and they mean everything.. the island will forever be my home! it is my passion!

Virtue Alone Ennobles

JuicyBBW1001 replies on 7/6/2006 9:40 pm:
Woohoo you go girl I knew there was something I liked about you your passion. Thanks for hangin with me this past year it has been a blast. If you ever leave the island and come south for the winter look me up.

GreyFox_in_LV 68M
167 posts
7/7/2006 8:39 am

I hate moving. The farther away the worse it is. My choice would be no. I suppose I might be selfish.
But it's my choice.

JuicyBBW1001 replies on 7/7/2006 9:01 am:
Nope not selfish at all. We all have our likes and dislikes.

PrincessKarma 43F
6188 posts
7/7/2006 9:20 pm

Been there, done that, it didnĀ“t work out with him. I'll do it again, for Dear Heart (I know this will work out.. I'm just worried about my Dad... who'll care for him if I'm not here? ).

The Big Bang was the mother of all orgasms.PrincessKarma

JuicyBBW1001 replies on 7/8/2006 2:41 am:
Good luck with that decision sometimes leaving family behind is hard. But I am sure you'll come to the right conclusions that you need.

SensuousWoman3 55F
3106 posts
7/8/2006 3:09 am

If everything was "right" about the relationship, yes, I would, but again, I am single, no children. A few years back if you would have asked me that question, I may have answered different.

One thing I've learned over the years is that none of my family and friends have ever lived their lives with long term through for me. I am a mere wild flower in their garden. Sometimes you have to plant your own garden, even if it is in an exotic land.

JuicyBBW1001 replies on 7/8/2006 3:24 am:
Good way of thinking.

titsrus2 52F
331 posts
7/8/2006 7:51 pm

yeah, been there, done that and would do it again.

JuicyBBW1001 replies on 7/8/2006 8:03 pm:
Cool for you!!!

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