Date: 2018-01-05 22:53
"I never expected to be single and 55," says Dina Mande of Santa Monica, Calif. Courtesy Joseph Dominguez hide caption
Mande and thousands of other hopefuls have turned to AARP to find their match. And with more than 87 million members, it's a concept many of them have been waiting for.
"He was gorgeous. He was a doctor. And he looked like George Clooney," Mande says. "He did not look 65 at all. He was beautiful."
Mande has gone out on half a dozen dates since the site launched in December — including the beach — and has even met a silver-haired fox.
Here's the plan: Find someone, get married, grow old together. But what if you've done that, and suddenly you find yourself back at square one?
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Mande met a man and was happily married for seven years when, out of the blue, she says, she was divorced and back in the dating pool. Now she wants to try dating men her own age.