Relationships on the Road: Dating a Truck Driver

Relationships on the Road: Dating a Truck Driver
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We’ve all heard it before: life on the open road can get lonely for truckers. If you haven’t already found love by the time you become a truck driver, it may be hard to ever find it. Last year, we talked about some of the perks of online dating for truckers and a lot of our readers’ comments demonstrated just how hard it is to find a good relationships when you’re on the road.

But why?

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With professions specific dating sites, online dating gives truck drivers a way to look for love while on the road.

Why is it that, in the trucking industry, the same people that are able to keep the entire country going are not able to keep their relationships going, or have trouble finding a partner at all?

Let’s explore some of the reasons that truck drivers have a hard time finding the “one”, and for the ones that have found their match, we’ll look at some of the ways they keep the romance alive.

Struggles of trucking relationships

There are many reasons why truck drivers have trouble finding their perfect match, and it’s not their fault. Relationships are hard for anyone, but especially a trucker. If you are thinking about dating a trucker, there are some factors you want to consider.

Long distances make for long distance

A truck driver on the road talking on his cell phone

Truck drivers spend a lot of time on the road, making your relationship long distance most of the time.

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Long-haul truckers are on the road for days or even weeks at a time. Even if they are coming home weekly or monthly, with all the time away, it can feel like you are in a long distance relationship.

There may be times that you will not be able to talk to your trucker because their sleep schedule may be different than yours, or maybe they are in an area of the country with no cell phone reception.

Irregular schedules

Another thing that makes being in a relationship with a trucker is that you cannot necessarily schedule events with them. Most truckers are on irregular schedules; coming and going at different times of the day, week, and month.

family standing by their truck

Being a trucker and having a family is tough. You may have to miss out on some of your little one’s most special moments.

For truckers with families, it can be even more difficult. Even if they want to be there, truckers may miss some important happenings like graduations, or recitals. If you want to have a family with a trucker, you will have to be creative with how you will both share the special moments they may miss.

Magnified Trust Issues

Trust is an issue for many couples that get to see each other every day. Sometimes, people who date long-haul drivers fear that their trucker will also date other people in various towns on their routes.

And we’ve all heard the stories about truck stop prostitution. I mean there’s a documentary about it, and we even wrote about “lot lizards” last July. Also known as ‘pavement princesses’ or ‘male buffalos’ in the case of male prostitutes, they have been known to lurk at truck stops, going from truck to truck searching for lonely drivers looking for a good time.

lot lizard hanging on the side of a truck

In a relationship with a trucker, you have to trust that even when they are tired and lonely on the road, they will not give into the temptation of lot lizards.

And what about the people at home while their trucker is on the road? They could also be having a relationship on the side. Truckers and their significant others need to fully trust each other if they want to make their relationship work.

Reality of the trucking lifestyle

Truckers lead a stressful and generally unhealthy lifestyle. They are responsible for safely transporting thousands of pounds of goods, which is demanding enough. But truckers also have constantly changing sleep schedules that depend on their pick up and delivery times.

Trucker’s aren’t always able to shower daily on the road. That feeling of clean is something that non-truckers may take for granted. Truckers also have trouble finding healthy eating and exercise options. A whopping 70 percent of truckers are obese, and drivers are twice as likely to be diagnosed with diabetes.

frustrated truck driver sitting in car

Truck driving is one of the unhealthiest professions affecting sleep, weight, mood, and overall health.

Again, the trucker is not to blame for this. It is the reality of the industry, and all of these factors can take a toll on a trucker physically, mentally, and emotionally, making it hard for them to nurture relationships.

Staying together when you’re both alone

It may be hard to make a relationship with a trucker work, but it is definitely possible. Here are some tips to help you and your trucker find your happily ever after:

  • Spend time alone together. Your time together will already be limited, by setting aside time without the kids or in-laws, will help you both feel more connected to each other.
  • Stay connected. Communication is a major key to making any relationship work. With all the mobile technology, you can make the best of your relationship by calling, texting, video calling, playing apps together, and more.

    man and woman communicating through video chat on tablet pc

    Communication get very creative in trucking relationships. Video chats, apps, text and games help keep the romance alive.

  • Learn about the trucking industry. If you are not a trucker, you will want to take some time to learn some of the industry ins and outs. If possible, take a trip with your trucker to learn what they really go through on a daily basis and grow closer.
  • Learn to manage stress. Truckers have it tough. The nature of the industry makes it a stressful job. If you’re keeping the home together while they are on the road, you will also experience stress as well. Learning how to healthily manage and communicate when you are frustrated will go a long way for your relationship.

Join our Discussion

Do you have a tip or a pain point to share about relationships with truckers? We want to hear from you! Tell us about some of the struggles you’ve had when looking for or keeping the love.

couple standing in front of their truck

Though it may be hard, finding love as a trucker is worth it. What is your experience with relationships?

Maybe you’re a trucker who has a successful relationship for years and want to tell your fellow truckers how you keep the romance. Maybe you know someone that has given into the temptation of a lot lizard or male buffalo. Or perhaps you’re just a trucker that is looking for love and wants to find other truckers to talk to.

Whatever your reason, if you have something to say, we want to hear it! Leave a comment below or join the discussion on Facebook, and keep chasing your happily ever after!

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  1. I’ve been driving for a bout 2 years and for 2+ years I’ve been single. I have had a hard time starting relationships in the past but now it is impossible. I’m 24 and have tried multiple dating sites with no real conversations to be had since I used them. the girls that do show interest in me are usually scammers trying to make a quick buck and it drives me insane and I have lost all faith in Internet dating. I have thought about finding a different job multiple times that would have me home more. but I’m scared about getting paid less and going back to living paycheck to paycheck. Truck driving is a good paying job but doing long haul is maddening if you have no one to comfort you when you get home.

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    • I feel your pain brother. I’m in the same situation.

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      • I just ran across your profile and I found it very interesting! I thought I would reach out to say hello and also tell you that you seem like a nice person. Well, I hope you have a great day. If you have interest in speaking further, please send me an e-mail to tell me a bit about yourself…hope to hear from u soon…Am Genet and you This is my number 17062298243 call me or email me luvlindaga@gmail.com…! Hope to hear from you soon

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        • I’m also a western driver hard to find someone that understands us love my job just need to find a matching mate

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    • Hello Dave there is always someone out there just takes time. You can always talk to me I don’t bite. I am a lot older than you. But there loss at the end off the day

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    • I was married to a truck driver for 28 years until he passed away 6 months ago So dont give up we are out there just keep looking

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      • my name is tim white I am from Unicoi Tennessee I am a 58 year old truck driver looking for a lady I can trust I know this sounds corney but I would would like to find a lady to be my every thing to spend the rest of my life with to be my every thing dot know if this is posable but I still have hope if interested my email is tim@tedscomputerrepair.com an phone number is 423-220-7929 thank you everyone for reading my post

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          • Hi roseabella lets talk ok Im michael

      • Pennie,

        Congratulations on a lasting marriage and you are in my thoughts with your loss.

        How did you two do it? I recently met an amazing guy. His career of driving long haul scares the hell out of me. How did you deal only seeing your husband a few days every 4-6 weeks?

        Kevin has been gone only a couple of weeks and we still have at least 4 weeks before we get to see each other.

        I’m 47 and have never had a long distance relationship.
        Does it get harder or easier as time goes by?

        Irene

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        • How are you doing now? I just started to date a trucker in May. It is really tough to do. If my guy wasn’t the wonderful man he is, I would walk. away and to be honest, I think about doing that towards the end of the month before he comes home for 4-5 days. When mine is home he is running here and there constantly. I told him to pencil me in and his response was that I will be with him when he does all that running. He doesn’t realize that I need my own time with him too. Hugs

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      • Im sorry for your loss, but it’s great you had love for so long, I came to this site bc my bf is about to start driving and i want to be fully prepared for the days without him

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    • Yes i know i have a problem here but no one to come home 2

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    • I feel your pain, your post is almost like I wrote it myself

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    • Hi Dave am here to help you to salt you up from this situation but cant help you with money but can help you to self yourself from scammers okay just try this and see you will understand you okay.. I feel bad if someone say that he or she have date a scammer before it really pain me a lot but you want i want to tell you is that email me on darkoezekiel12@gmail.com for help okay

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    • how do i find the conversation on facebook please?

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    • I have been with my boyfriend a year now and he drives it hasn’t been easy. We have both been in relationships where the other person was unfaithful. We found each other on POF but there are some people on there just looking for a quicky and met some people i still talk to great friends. But keep your head up that one person is out there. With our relationship now I’m on the truck with him and looking to get my cdl and being a team, also buying our own truck. Good luck sweetie ur still young don’t give up she out there somewhere.

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  2. I was very fortunate in that I was already married, and with no kids. I took my wife with me and her and I live in the truck and we both love the lifestyle. We have a microwave oven and plenty of storage space for food. It makes a big difference when the love of your life likes to ride along with you.

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  3. I’m with my trucker 24/7. He drives and I do the business side. Being together all the time has its ups and downs as well. If we have a disagreement, we just have to work it out right then and there. The other thing is trust. We trust each other. When we have down time, its also personal space time. We can talk to other people and not worry about each other having an affair. We have been together for 10 years. I have been on the truck year round for 5 years. We make it work together. We do feel for other truckers that have to leave there loved ones at home and be out here by themselves. Be safe everyone.

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  4. Been married to a truck driver for 25 years .And yes it has been a challenge for sure..The kids are grown and I got my CDL and drove for awhile .But now I just go with him and sometimes I go home from time to time.#Lovemytrucker

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    • Sally I have had a relationship with a truck driver but I would love to meet someone new. For love. Phone number is 07784502033

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  5. Hey I’ve been with my trucker for 9 months and we have been happy with the communication and the times we spend when he’s home. We were friends for 20 years before our relationship so I knew what I was getting into. Up until now litterally today, I haven’t had any issues, but I’m feeling very insecure today but because he’s recently divorced and his heart was broken he isn’t a very emotionally attached person so I can’t open up to him about my insecurities!! We are always in contact via WhatsApp, FaceTime or calls, but, this is massive lol we haven’t spoken for 24 hours!! I don’t know if it’s because we spent the last week together that we both don’t have much to say so we have just been sending texts. Is this normal??? I don’t know what normal is anymore. I do know that I love and trust him very much and I would never cheat or hurt him in anyway, also I know he wouldn’t do that to me too.

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    • In My experience If you don’t tell him what is bothering you h will never know. A lot of assumptions happen when their is no communication . It’s hard women especially me, like to speculate and think of the worst thing possible. Normally first day back to work you have to catch up with everyone. Yada yada. Just ask.

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  6. I have been dating a truck driver for roughly over 4 years, and he’s recently started working for a new company maybe s little over 2 months ago. He lives at home with his mom because he doesn’t want to leave her in the house alone. He’s about to be 27yrs old. Him and his mom are from Louisiana and have been living here in Texas for the past 15-20 years when his mom decides she wants to move back to Louisiana about a month ago. So since he’s just starting his new job he had to go they a process to make sure he could be transferred somewhere closer to where they’ll be living. So since then, I haven’t really been able to talk on the phone with him. He claims that he never has signal, so I should text him instead of call because he’ll for sure get the text when signals back up. He did tell me that it would be hard maintaining our relationship, but he said that he was willing. I haven’t seen him since almost a week ago, I haven’t gotten the chance to really talk to him since I seen him. I’m growing irritated that I can’t at least here from him. He’s constantly either training someone or riding with a manager being another reason he can’t talk. He told me he hasn’t even talked with his mom in a week. I really don’t know what to do, I love him to death, but this long distance is really beginning to eat me up. What should I do? I need advice from both truck driver and lady that has a successful relationship with a truck driver..

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    • Ariel your story sound similar to mine I just met a truck driver but he from Louisiana and works in Texas And started a new Job I hope the guy I met is not the guy your dating just curious

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    • He may just really be busy and have a lot going on. Continue being patient until he shows you otherwise. I always say, if it isn’t infidelity, then you can just about, get through anything 🙂

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      • I just ran across your profile and I found it very interesting! I thought I would reach out to say hello and also tell you that you seem like a nice person. Well, I hope you have a great day. If you have interest in speaking further, please send me an e-mail to tell me a bit about yourself…hope to hear from u soon…Am Genet and you This is my number 17062298243 call me or email me luvlindaga@gmail.com…! Hope to hear from you soon

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      • I’ve been calling him would probably be the best bet. Because most likely they wear those Bluetooth headsets and it’s easier to answer back and communicate with you rather than texting. I don’t know if he works in all different states or what but for as far as communication goes I strongly believe that there’s no reason why you should take a week or more to get back to you

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  7. Dating a truck driver is the hardest task to do next to raising a kid! Trust and time are two things that you have to absolutely have to keep in mind at all times when dating a truck driver. I’ve been with my hard working truck driver for going on 3 years (September 1st), all 4 companies he was with (PAM, Taylor, Fresh Point foods, and EPES) and it hasn’t been as easy as a walk in the park but one things for certain, daily motivation and communication is definitely a must when dating a trucker, they’re gonna need every bit of your support and motivation they can get! I fell in love with a Trucker (not my ideal future) and I hadn’t looked anyone’s else way since 2014 so LOVE is definitely possible in the truck driving life!!!!

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    • I needed to see this Megan <3

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  8. It definitely is close to impossible to find and keep good friends as well as establish a relationship with a woman that either understands or is willing to understand the trucking lifestyle. Consider yourselves lucky/blessed if you are already in a decent relationship with someone that loves you, supports you, and is patient enough to understand what you go through over the road. For some of us that have been single for a very long time, and definitely not by choice dating is flat out impossible. At least where I currently reside no woman is interested in dating someone that drives a truck for a living. One can only be willing to go through life all alone every single day/week/month/year before giving up and vanishing off of the face of the earth forever, and I’m pretty much on my way there in the near future. If you have someone that you care about stay close to them and try to make the relationship work.

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    • Hi my name is Doris, I met my husband he had drove for 16 years, I would go with him and then I got my cdl we drove team for 16 years. 2014 the Dr told him he had 3 days to leave he passed away September of 2014. He asked me to give up my cdl and I did. I know he is in heaven I have not met anyone he was younger than me. We had our fun time and bad but I thank God for him, I’m 66 ready for my new chapter. God bless all our truckers.

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  12. I was marrived with a truck driver for 21 years and now I am divorcing him. I took care of the kids and the house and everything was on my shoulders. He was the worst human being I ever met. He is a gambler, a bisexual that sleeps with anybody including prostitutes, he is addicted to porn, he is a fake helping everyone but not his family, etc. we had days when we had no food on the table bc of his bad habbbits. I will never date a truck driver again. I promised myself that and to my kids. I was there being a good wife, cooking, cleaning, educate the kids and he is a deadbit dead that doesn’t care about his kids but he care about his mistresses kids.

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    • Sounds like your stereotyping us drivers. Hope it all works out as I’m actually a real decent man that cares even though my ex took my life I made with her and the kids after 13 years. I just move forward independently with hope one day things will work out. Have a great day!

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  13. I have no idea what to expect, other than I expected more, I guess. I looked for advice on here, only to find a mixed bag of false hope, doubt and uncertainty. Google is a double-edged sword. I’ve been in a loving devoted relationship with a man who is a true entrepreneur, with many talents and always very enterprising. However, with so many responsibilities and not enough cash to maintain businesses, he had the idea of making quick cash driving crazy long distance routes. So, he’s made more money in a month than I made all last year. The downfalls are sporadic communication, fear of his safety, and feelings of loss/separation that I don’t think I can handle.. I know that this life is only temporary and things will pass, but we all have choices to. make. Yes, it’s good money, but is it worth the stress and anxiety it places on themselves and their loved ones? More power to the trucking couples that can ride the road together. It’s a very lonely life apart, not knowing when the next fleeting moment will be shared together.

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  14. I have a question, i have been dating this truck driver for 2 years, we had a miscarriage last year, and he has a 4 year old, he lives in A different state! He has recently stopped talking to me unless he is in the area around me! I am starting to feel like maybe he isn’t as serious as he was before we lost our baby or maybe he has someone else but when I ask him he always says he loves me and wouldn’t treat me any other way then he wants his daughter to be treated! So could he be distant bc the job he does and trying to manage his daughters needs work and me or could I just be stupid and not getting that he isn’t just with me?

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  17. I met a truck driver online. He comes home every couple of weeks and we spend every minute together . Fortunately , I have a very flexible job. I learned he is still online talking to other women. It is painful for me, I spoke to him about it and he said he would remove his online profile, but he hasn’t. I have a very good job, own my home as well as a summer home. He has told me I am a good catch but he appears to be looking for something else. I think online dating is like that, people always think something better is only click away. He has lost my trust but I will continue to date him and spend his money iuntil something better comes along for me. He could ave had all of my love, I wish he wanted it..

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  18. I think I have been played by a very loving handsome trucker, He would get an award to be honest because we talked so much during the day and night I am in shock and so are my kids and family. after a few months of very serious talks and dates when he was in town, Just gone for 9 days no phone service, no nothing! The most we have gone with no communication is 3 days and he even found his way to get reception just to call me and let me know he was ok. So why would my boyfriend not have phone reception for weeks and let his phone shut off by not paying a bill? doesn’t he have to eat, drink, gas up and wash up? wouldn’t there be phones he can use at truck stops or get a prepaid? I called his trucking company and they just said he is fine , phone is shut off. Wow! so 9 days no way of communicating? I just find this so hard to believe that 2018 there is NO WAY to get a hold of your loved ones, family or etc. Plus with no phone, does his job only communicate with CB radio then? if so, why would he contact me some other means instead of making me worry or just feeling abandoned. He missed a very important Dr visit and our anniversary with nothing from anyone. I guess if it were me, i would reach out and find a way to get my job, family or friends to get a message, Hell he even has my address to mail a letter, he never told me it would be this long and makes good money so not paying a phone bill makes no sense. why not just end it if he found someone else on the road? Why buy my daughter a car? why do anything if you were just going to run away? Sad thing is WE NEVER HAD A BAD CONVERSATION OR FIGHT–NEVER!

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  26. I’ve been driving for a while now and it’s really hard to meet anyone. I’m 35 and dating sites are a joke nowadays. I try to keep running 7 days a week with no resets as to not have much down time to think about not having any kind of social life let alone love life. It’s hard on the road as a trucker not sure where people actually meet others while being a trucker…. but would definitely like to know. My number is 302-388-8630 if someone has any answers feel free to text.

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  27. I’m looking for a real relationship so I’m giving this truck driver site a try . So Gm .

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  28. Looking for some advice…
    I recently met an amazing guy who is a long haul driver. I’m 47 and this is my first long distance relationship.

    We both are completely head over heels for each other! It’s like we were made for each other. We both are wanting to be with each for the long haul.

    He has been gone only 2 weeks now. I guess I’m getting a bit used to the knowing that I won’t see him for at least 4 more weeks or longer.

    We have had a few challenges by outside life events that have really tested our relationship. Thankfully we have grown even closer to each other working through things.

    For those of you who have gone through these relationships, how do you deal with seeing the love of your life only days every 4-6 weeks and sometimes longer?
    Like any relationship I expect challenges as any relationship would have, just different.

    Any advice anyone can give me to make this easier during the rough spots and to not loose hope when distance is gained, would be greatly appreciated.

    I Love my man so much and I really want us to work. How do I learn to live with him so deeply in my hear, but not in my arms?

    We text throughout the day, when he can
    We talk during the day 1-3 times
    Video chat
    Send pictures to each other
    Send Videos

    I don’t want him to start to forget me or vice versa…

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  29. My father was a truck driver since I was 7 years old; I am 31 now. So I understand the stress drivers go through. I just started dating someone who is a truck driver. We’ve almost been together for a month. Sometimes it’s difficult to see him, but he’s an amazing person and I want to work it out with him. Guys, don’t give up! There are women who are patient and loyal to you guys. 🙂

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  30. I’ve been talking to a trucker for almost a month and he is amazing! We meet on an online dating site. I’m happy he Loves his job, we talk a lot on the phone or texting and sometimes FaceTime. I’m excited to see where this ends up. But we have talked and not all girls want money just have to keep waiting there’s someone out there for all of us! ❤️

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  31. I just started dating a truck driver a few weeks ago. I really like him but find myself struggling at times to cope with missing him and his irregular sleep pattern making it hard to talk or text with him. Can anyone give me some advice on how to cope better so that I can make this work well?

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  33. My Best Friend an I met 14 yrs ago this last week. I was married at the time if she stole my heart 9 years ago I got a divorce thought of pursuing her for more than just the best friend status but every time she had a boyfriend that would treat her wrong abused her sexually and control her she’s always come to me and tell me her problems but yet if I expressed any interest in being with her should put me in the friggen friend zone 3 years ago she talked me into moving to Minnesota end of the same town where she live so I did and her boyfriend at the time hated the big time but I watched her go between her boyfriend and her two ex-husbands I know her past and I feel deeply sorry for her and have tried to show her that I would be the better choice I am 20 years older than her and for some reason I stay around waiting for her hoping that someday soon before I kick the bucket she’ll figure it out. But now I want to start my own business and get out of driving semi for good and to do that I’ve got to move to northern Wisconsin back where I used to live but she doesn’t want me to leave order if I should just give her an ultimatum if you don’t want me to leave then be with me or if you want me move with me she has a beautiful awesome 13 year old daughter because she sold her oats and got pregnant by a dirty truck driver they gave her HPV I love them both as if they were mine she wondered why I don’t look at another woman that’s because I phone a beautiful woman I want to be with for the rest of my life I know you can’t force love just got to let it happen this last week she ended up getting a load up to Tacoma Washington and there’s a ex-boyfriend that lives up there and now she won’t answer your damn phone or even text me back and it’s driving me freaking nuts cuz I’m on a 34-hour restart ebbing Missouri I would love to talk to her text with her but I’m trying to show patience it’s driving me nuts ramp over

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