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Do you remember your past loves?

Do you remember them when you are low and could do with a hug and a shoulder to sob on?

Or do you remember them for all the wrong reasons and could still cheerfully murder them?

Do you wake in the night having dreamed about a past love you had forgotten you had?

Have you found a past love on Face Book but are fearful of making the first friends request?

I personally have found myself smiling having remembered a past love in the most oddest of places. Recently while writing a blog I remembered a young lady who had shared my flat for six weeks 50 years ago, having been thrown out by her parents because she had become a member of a motor bike club. :-)

Created By on 11/10/2012

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1st Aug 2013 13:12:45
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I'm with you Anita.......each experience/person we meet is a lesson, once the lesson has been fulfilled/delivered/given thats the end and so there's no point going back years later hoping to rekindle the split for a reason never forget that, should your paths cross again without intervention then that's different 🙂
30th Oct 2015 15:56:06
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I remember a stunning girl in the fifties when I came home from Malaya. I was absolutely besotted by her, I used to go out of my way to try and bump into her. Then she got married to a coal delivery man. I was devastated.. she was divorced three years later with two children
I met her again in the seventies she had put on five stone and bore little resemblance to the girl of twenty years before.I considered my greatest escape
17th Mar 2015 18:44:19
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How true. The past can be bittersweet but nice to encourage each other with the possibilities of tomorrow.
25th Oct 2012 16:21:52
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Sand said

It's bad enough that Facebook keeps asking me if I want to be friends with my ex! Modern social networking mechanisms won't let you forget old loves, even when you would prefer to!

He he, that seems to have hit a nerve 🙂 The problem with thinking about old flames is that we remember them how they were, and that often bares little resemblence to how they are nowadays. Having good memories can be nice but the danger of looking up said old flame is you might be expecting a 52 year old who largely looks and thinks like that 22 year old and be sadly sissapointed 😉
14th Oct 2012 15:52:45
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It's bad enough that Facebook keeps asking me if I want to be friends with my ex! Modern social networking mechanisms won't let you forget old loves, even when you would prefer to!

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