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The husbands had a falling out seven years ago and we all stopped speaking.
But when "buddy" feelings start giving way to deeper heart feelings, it is rare to ever go back to "buddies." I advise that you have "that" conversation with her. It could be that, as you mentioned, she has had the same thoughts and is favorable to the idea. It will be a little weird at first, but that will eventually smooth out when you both get used to the idea.
There is no special secret to it; you just have to do it. It could be that the whole concept is a bit of a shock to her and she’s not quite sure what to do with it. Give her some time to think it through, but she does need to know that for you, there is no going back to "just friends." Your heart has already made that decision for you, and not moving forward still means change, and probably one that will be difficult.
I feel that in the end, we would eventually need to talk about our intentions because hanging out alone now may feel like a date to me because of my change in feelings, but to her it probably is "just friends hanging out" unless she secretly likes me, too. First, I like the idea of a dating relationship having some friendship history.
If a dating/courtship relationship is anything, it should be an amazing friendship.