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  1. I’m not an empty nester yet, but it won’t be too many years before my youngest leaves for college. I enjoyed reading your empty nest story – I’m trying to learn as much as I can as I know it’s going to be a huge transition fo me. Xo Nipa

    1. Thanks for dropping by Nipa. It’s an interesting time, to say the least. All the best,

  2. This was extremely well written as you shared so many of the feelings I myself went through. We never want to stop nurturing and it prolongs taking care of ourselves. I’m glad to say I have finally adjusted and I hope you do too. I’m sure you were a wonderful mother and now you get to enjoy watching your sons be good fathers, while you get to enjoy your personal time.

    1. Awh! Thanks for your kind words, Nancy. Yes, it’s funny how we think we’re ready without realizing how difficult it can be. Glad you finally made the adjustment. Continue to enjoy your life and inspire others. Best,

  3. I’m a married empty nester and I think that we all go through the same things to a point but the differences can also be outstanding.

    1. Hey Rena, thanks. Yes we all miss them when they’re gone. I guess the difference when you’re married there’s someone else there, in most cases. Thanks for dropping by.

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