Thanks for checking out my blog.
Comments are welcome - I want to know what you think.
Subscribe below. You'll get an email when I add a post. Then your life will have meaning.
Come back soon!
Here are the posts WordPress picked as their favorites
What happens on the blog, stays on the blog. Check out the archives.
Tag Archives: men and women
Another snowstorm just blanketed the Midwest. Our souls yearn for Sprightly Spring, but Wooly Winter shows no sign of slackening her icy grip. Punxsutawney Phil has gone back into hibernation and so have I. That little vestige of prehistoric brain … Continue reading
Valentine’s Day post-game wrap up.
Valentine’s Day is a time to express your deep love for that special someone in your life. That’s what it’s supposed to be. In reality, it’s an exercise in performance pressure of the worst kind. If your sentiments aren’t exactly … Continue reading
. . . Men and women don’t see the same world. I’m not saying one vision is better than the other – they’re just different. I also don’t pretend to represent Every Woman, but I suspect this will sound familiar to many. … Continue reading
Everything is ALWAYS simpler for guys. I once posted about how shopping for clothes strains the mother/daughter bond. My brother-in-law, John, said he was glad he was a guy. Relations with his Dad are simple – pizza, beer and poker … Continue reading
Marriage is all about perspective. Everything depends on your viewing angle. Yesterday morning I got up earlier than my husband, Bill. We work together, and both need to get to the office by 8:30. I was silently putting the finishing … Continue reading
I’ve often heard women lament, “There just aren’t any gentlemen around anymore!” Au contraire! They’re still out there; you just have to look in the right place. Might I suggest a strip joint? Merriam-Webster Dictionary, my online, go-to source at … Continue reading
Americans now use “sexy” more often than any other word in the English language. OK, I made that up, but that doesn’t mean it isn’t true. Sex is a staple of reality TV, even in shows where you wouldn’t expect … Continue reading