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I'm planning to move to Orlando in the next few months and would love to make some friends (male and female) in the area before I move.

I'm a divorced single mom of a beautiful 3 1/2 yr old son. I'll be 32 next month but I feel like I'm still in my 20's. I'm very active, I like to hike and be outdoors. I work in the restaurant business so I'm typically free to do fun things during the day.

I currently live in PA and it's somewhat lonely up here. I have a couple good friends but no one I consider close enough to talk to about any of this H stuff. It's a really small town and I know if I tell the wrong person then everyone will know, including my ex husband and his whole family, which I'm not prepared to deal with.

I'd love to chat with anyone who wants to, about whatever. Movies, work, kids.... anything. I'm a pretty good listener and advice giver too if you need to vent. :razz:

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