Something, somehow, forms the base for how we relate to others in a relationship, and what our expectations are in those relationships. They are acquired from experiences – good and bad – with every relationship that precedes the other, learned from our parents, and perhaps the worst – culled from fictional fantasies.Disney is culpable at … Continue reading You Can’t Take It With You (But You Will) – Part 3
Todd and I somehow got involved in a conversation about a year ago, and I have no idea what precipitated it or why, but it was one of those somebody-turned-the-light-on-in-the-closet moments. We’ve known each other a long time, though there were years we spent apart, and now only reunited for roughly 4 years.A conversation segued … Continue reading You Can’t Take It With You (But You Will) – Part 2
I recently starting following a blogger I stumbled onto via another blogger. I liked her style, I liked her R-rated posts that seemed to be steeped in a reality that could easily have been my own. I could relate to her, on many levels. Apparently I happened upon her at just the right moment … Continue reading You Can’t Take It With You (But You Will) – Part 1
A friend of mine shared an article entitled, “14 Things All Healthy Couples Do.” I am easily bored and often impatient when reading so I don’t often read articles that don’t just “grab” me. But this – well, she kinda sorta said some of the stuff grossed her out. Intrigued, I clicked on the link. … Continue reading We’re Not Healthy!
Something's wrong with my house. I woke up the other morning, and saw it. My house is infected with something, and I’m not sure what to do!I keep finding them all over the floors, and what’s worse – they multiply. It makes no difference how many times I pick one up, there’s always more. And … Continue reading There’s Something Wrong With My House