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21-Jun-2016 04:54

We dated on and off until his death, but our "off" periods were confusing even to us because we were each other's best friends.

As he frequently said, he loved that we never ran out of things to talk about and that he was always attracted to me. We loved each other deeply and trusted each other implicitly, and the sex was consistently phenomenal.

(Admittedly, this might just indicate that I'm a carbon-based life form.) My sense of humor has resurfaced. I'm fortunate in that I've retained a decent figure.

I playfully flirt now, despite sometimes feeling off-kilter.

While playful flirting used to come easily to me, now it feels like I'm re-learning a language I once spoke fluently.

When an attractive man would make eye contact with me, I'd quickly look away.

I know I bring unusual baggage, but I want to love again, and I know he'd want this for me.

My new partner won't be in competition with my dead one because that would be an impossible situation for all involved. While I'm out walking my Pomeranian puppy, Thomas, a cute runner smiles at me.

I've always felt comfortable dining alone, and it's a locale where half the patrons are solo, so I'm at ease.

Just as I'm contorting my tongue to dislodge a pistachio shard from a molar, a tall man with wavy dark makes eye contact and smiles. As I return to my beet salad, a guy in his mid-thirties sits at an adjacent table.

When an attractive man would make eye contact with me, I'd quickly look away.

I know I bring unusual baggage, but I want to love again, and I know he'd want this for me.

My new partner won't be in competition with my dead one because that would be an impossible situation for all involved. While I'm out walking my Pomeranian puppy, Thomas, a cute runner smiles at me.

I've always felt comfortable dining alone, and it's a locale where half the patrons are solo, so I'm at ease.

Just as I'm contorting my tongue to dislodge a pistachio shard from a molar, a tall man with wavy dark makes eye contact and smiles. As I return to my beet salad, a guy in his mid-thirties sits at an adjacent table.

I'd check my Black Berry and by the time I'd return it to my satchel, I'd forget the date I'd just seen.