My aunt recently got married at her 60th birthday party, to a 58-year-old wonderful, funny, smart man. My aunt is the love of his life — and the first and only woman he is intended to ever marry.
My grandfather, after his wife's death, found new love at the age of 75. For the next 2 years, until his own untimely death, they were one of the happiest couples I have ever seen.
Just trying to say, even though the averages weren't on your side, there's no reason to lose hope.
Live your life to please yourself, expressing yourself and your creativity in the ways most rewarding to you, doing the things you enjoy — and (assuming your interests include something else than sitting at home alone) you will meet many interesting, like-minded people.
I wouldn't recommend anyone to go looking for love from a nightclub, even though I know couples who met that way. In fact, I wouldn't recommend looking for
love at all. Live your life to the fullest and, when you least expect it, it will find you.
Oh, but to really answer to you question, yes, i do know at least a few couples who have met between the age of 29-36 and are thriving after years or even decades of being married. As I meant to say with my examples above, I don't think the age has much to do with how happy you can be in a relationship.