Initially when we met I completely ruled out the idea of dating him.It wasn’t because I wasn’t attracted to him (I was!), but rather that I couldn’t imagine our lives would mesh well together.I was a full time nanny, he was the owner of a construction company.We both didn’t want to go up to the mountain that day, we both almost flaked out, we both were sort of seeing other people (casually) and we are ten years apart.
My relationship with Coopie "mama" is good, and our relationship has gotten better. School is going good for me; I'm taking classes so I can transfer to UNLV next semester. Do you have any advice for anyone who wants to date an older woman?champagne and therefore spent way more time dancing to Blank Space and dipping cheese in ranch dressing and virtually no time talking to my soon-to-be boyfriend.Just a week after my 23rd birthday we were invited skiing with our two friends who had just started dating, my friend broke her wrist, and Jordan and I spent a great deal of the day talking to one another.I saw dating as a learning experience, and the idea of going to Pizza Express with a bloke I met at a house party before going home to shag him in his shared house? Dating much older men wasn’t purely perfect, and I would never pretend as much.But when I look back at the relationships I was in before I settled down, I believe firmly that the negative aspects weren’t anything to do with our respective ages.