Hi! I'm back. I'll try to post the pictures tomorrow, in the meanwhile, I'd like to draw your attention to this interesting article by Daily Mail:
I left the love of my life because I thought I could do better...
This article supposedly criticises the careerist mentality of modern women and their desire to "trade up" where it concerns men and is meant as a cautionary tale. However, when you read it, you will see that things are not as simple as they appear.
Here are several highlights of the story:
Laughing and dancing with my fiance at our engagement party, I thought I might actually burst with happiness.
by our family and friends, I looked at Matthew and felt certain I had
met the man I was going to spend the rest of my life with.
Quite simply, he was my soulmate...
So why, 20 years later, do I find
myself single, childless and tormented by the fact that I have thrown
away the only true chance of happiness I ever had?
Eight years after that wonderful
engagement party in 1989, I walked away from dear, devoted, loyal
Matthew, convinced that somewhere out there, a better, more exciting,
more fulfilling life awaited me.
Only there wasn't.
I am 42 and have all the trappings of success - a high-flying career,
financial security and a home in the heart of London's trendy Notting
Hill. But I don't have the one thing I crave more than anything: a
loving husband and family.