Author’s note: Sorry for the long break between posts everyone, I started a new job, and school has been kicking my ass. But I’m back on the wagon, I promise! For those of you who have known me for some time or those of you who are solely getting to know me through these stories, … Continue reading Zack: Coffee Meets Bagel Meets Crazy
There’s a lot of backstory that you’re going to have to deal with on this one. It’s also a little six degrees of separation-y. As I’ve never laid claim to being a storyteller along the lines of Quentin Tarantino, I won’t be jumping around. So you’re just going to have to bear with me, and … Continue reading Mark: Ridiculous randomness in six parts
Author’s note: This post includes an individual not myself using derogatory language towards members of the LGBTQ community and a lot of swearing. Consider yourself warned. In fall of 2015 after a brief hiatus steering clear of the dating world as a whole, I ventured back into it via app-based online dating. I had previous … Continue reading Alex: Adios at Javier’s
For my 30th birthday, I forced my girlfriends to join me in Palm Springs for a girls weekend. We were staying downtown and I was ready to get my groove on for my 30th. It had been a rough end to my 20s as far as dating was concerned, and I needed this boost. There … Continue reading John the Pilot: Scammed like a Champion
My first foray into the world of being a career woman began in early 2011. I started working for a large company (who shall be left unnamed). The heady mix of being in an office, having a desk of my own, not wearing a maniform (aka uniform made for men) on a daily basis, and, … Continue reading James: The reason I don’t date co-workers
Author’s note: The title of this week’s post will--in no way-- ruin the story. But believe me, this is one of my favorites. Oh, split-the-check-Fred. You remain in the back of my mind whenever I go on a first date. I met Fred on my first foray into the world of eHarmony, in Spring 2011. … Continue reading Split-the-check Fred
Jacob had his 2 year development check today. Basically a check up to see whether your child is developing the way the NHS think they should be. They use the word normal and normally, I'm not sure I can get on board with that word. What actually is normal? I'd much prefer it if they … Continue reading Is he normal?