No i am not. Why do you ask?
(I'm going to keep typing because it says the above answer is too short lol)
I am a single person in a marital state. I retain my own self, as does my hubby. We function, to the outside world as a unit.
I have been single for almost 60 years! In my teens and twenties, I thought the world would end if I didn't find my one true love.
In my thirties and forties, I grew myself and dated a lot, learning all the time.
In my fifties, I knew life would be good with or without a man in it.
I think I could marry now if a man came along who fit my life. I guess that is the way it was all along. But I so know what is right for me now, I'm sure the marriage would last and enhance both our lives.
I don't share such info online. U never know who ppl really r out there.
I've been single for 5 years now and not actively seeking someone, maybe I am still hurts or get tired for looking someone right? I admit that I feel lonely, and I need one, but deep down my heart says I am not ready. I wish all the best for singles out there.
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