“I am beyond thrilled to announce that I am engaged to a wonderful man. He is kind, loving, funny, smart, driven…”
The stand up comedian, who also authored the 1997 self-help book, “I’m Single, But It’ll Cost You: Single Life According to Kim Coles,” went into detail on how she found the man of her dreams, demolishing all statistics of marrying late in life:
“I want to tell you how he found me. I got real focused on what I wanted in my personal life and the type of man I wanted to spend my life with. I like to have this conversation around finding your GPS or engaging your GPS, your divine GPS…I’ve made it mean something completely different. Gratitude, passion and success… See last year, I got really focused on the destination I wanted to have in my personal life. And by being really focused with that and setting my destination in that place, I was able to be in alignment with the man who showed up and the man who said I’m there too and I want that too… I’m telling you I am beating every statistic. I am 53 years old and we are not supposed to get married after what 20, 25, 30 maybe? Yeah… that’s not true. I don’t follow any of those rules. I’ve never thought any of those rules applied to me and those rules don’t apply to you either.”
Congratulations to Coles! What a beautiful and inspirational story to encourage single gals who think it may be too late. Never say never.