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?
This story never fails to crack me up. And remind me that no matter how rational we may appear, the right circumstances can turn anyone into a creeper. This is one of the rare stories that doesn’t just involve me going on a date with someone, it concerns me having actually dated someone over a … Continue reading Blair: The Orchid Giver