And of course, I was aware that there would be certain risks associated with the marriage. But, I had never expected my husband to leave me for a lesbian woman who in the end, turned out to be a transvestite. I was totally shocked and thought about all of the things I had given up for my husband including my London escorts career.
Looking back, I should have kept my own life “going” if you know what I mean. As it was, I dedicated my life after marriage to my husband’s career and I now realise it was all wrong. I enjoyed working for London escorts agency, and I did do very well for the London escorts agency that I worked for. Not that I was one of London’s top escorts, but at the end of the day, escorting was something that I was very good at, and I should not have given it up. I keep on wondering if I should try to go back to it, and find a job for a London escorts service.
However, I am 35 years old now, and during my time away from escorting in London, I have set up my own little business. Although I would like to go back to working for London escorts, I keep thinking that I could turn my little pop up business into something much more. Sometimes you have to move on in more ways than one, and I think that is what I need to do in this stage in my life. I have thought about doing some part time work for a London escorts service as it would help me a little bit with finances.
Fortunately, I kept my own place and rented it out during my marriage. We did share my husband’s income, which was considerable, but it was vital to have something which was my own. That is also very much how I felt about London escorts. It was my career and something that was just for me. Letting go of it was one of the worst things that I did when I got married, but I guess that we all learn by our mistakes.
Fortunately, I have kept in touch with my friends at London escorts, and they have been great during the last couple of months. Some of them still work for fantastic London escorts, but other have moved on with their lives. I feel that I am on the verge of something and would like to move on with my life as well. Yes, I got married to the wrong guy, but that does not mean that my next liaison, or relationship, is going to be a bad one. It is time to look to the future, and see what this great big world has to offer me. I am sure that there is something positive around the corner, and I may even meet a real man this time around.