Everyone's a Dating Expert: My Life as a 31 Year Old Single Woman

"Maybe I won’t get married, you know?  Maybe I’ll do one of those Eat, Pray, Love things.  Ugh, no I don’t want to pray.  Forget it, I’ll just die alone." —The Mindy Project————————————————————————————————————————...more

The weight of being alone

A few months ago my future daughter-in-law Montana brought her best friend Arden over to see my new house before I moved in. After we'd walked through the empty rooms she asked me, "Who's going to live here with you?"...more

A Rulebook For Throwing Out The Dating Rulebook

No…these are not “The Swingers” rules but anything but. This blog is specifically tailored to our male clients and readers who never know what the “rules” are when you’re interested in a woman....more

Valentines Day Ideas for the Single Ladies

Well friends, we've survived January. It is said to be one of the hardest months of the year. They (whoever "they" are) say this because November & December are so full of holidays and traditions that when we enter January things tend to hit a lull. ...more
Easy, do something for someone .more

Hidden Pitfalls of Single Life

If you read the book Bridget Jones’ Dia...more

If you want to date me: Please don't read my blog!

Ignorance is bliss. I'm quite fabulous, actually....more

Holidays! (with sex and hidden agendas) Part 2

The sooner I can get on a plane to Denver, the better. I originally thought perhaps September, but I am not certain my patience will endure. I need a swignificant dose of real North American debauchery ie. Alcohol, sex, shopping, half-litre cappuccinos,  and enormous weekend breakfast buffets... I'm thinking, at the latest August....more

Thoughts on the movie The Vow

  That saccharine sweet holiday is upon us again....more

Get me outta this carpet!

I would like to bring it to your attention that I have in the SAME month, had two different guys online write to me and say that they would like to ‘roll me up in a carpet and take me to Persia where we would fly over the pyramids and I would be treated like a princess.’...more


Does love last forever? According to my 100-year-old grandmother, it does. Her husband passed away 20 years ago, and yet she still had a lifetime with him. A lifetime filled with endless love, an abounding friendship and an assured mindset. Their love was unquestionable, which made it even more amazing. Their love lasted from life until death. “...until death do us part…” But to hear my grandmother tell it, their souls have still never parted. She calls him her lover, she kisses his picture everyday, she relives fond moments with him in her mind. She keeps his spirit alive in her heart....more