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"I used to dread the idea of dating again after being married so long, because it seems that every single person you meet who's over 40 has one horror story after another," she says.
"Imagine my surprise to spend so little time online before meeting someone so decent, down-to-earth, and genuinely delightful.
Getty Images Vikki Smith's first foray into the dating world after 30-plus years of marriage involved a bit of chicanery on her part.
The 57-year-old Austin, Texas–based marketing consultant "tricked" a colleague into meeting her for lunch after sensing some chemistry as they worked on a project.