It wasn't the fact that I put the Keurig up to brew a cup of my favorite Green Mountain Breakfast Blend but forgot to put the cup underneath.
The time has finally come. My subscription to Match will end in 16 days. So, is the Match membership like the lottery??
Last week I wrote about my poor choices when choosing men. I lived out that week hopeful with my new plan to maybe give a chance to someone.
The essence of the thought was that at my age, it is OK to do something that I would not want my daughter to do at 18.
I think I may have been unkind and set someone else up to fail this week. Are my standards unreasonable? Am I unkind? Let me explain.
If I behave in a risky way, and fall in love or lust with a man who hurts me again, it makes it more likely that my life will be messed up.
I do seem to have a history of choosing the wrong men for myself. After my second divorce, I actually became quite interested in another man.
OK, I failed! I have been a member at Match for 6 months, but I have not been a success according to their standards.
It would seem that certain Match.com members are now randomly offering foot massages. And, they aren't particular about your age!
Apparently, I am so picky, that Match.com has started to add women into my selected matches. Really?
Is it because I feel superior to people to can’t spell? No.
Unlike some good leftovers, men don’t get any better the second time around.
I had sex in a car. It just happened. YES, even at days away from being 49, those things can happen.
If you just listen while he speaks of your beauty and what he wants to do to you over and over… I was reading my kindle, remembering that I forgot to defrost the chicken.
A simple “pain in the neck” turned into mildly emergency surgery and like many single moms, I took my sweet time heading to the doctor.