Real stories about dating and relationships in New York City. Truth is more interesting than fiction.

I’ve Got to Think Twice Before I Give My Heart Away

This isn’t a story I’d been planning on telling here. Not here, not now. But then it came to mind as I was responding to comments on a recent post and I haven’t been able to get it out of my head. So here it is. Note: Writing this was hard for me. I’d like […]

The People Who Believe Win, The Skeptics Lose

So now that I’m feeling better (hooray for feeling better) I’m trying to get out and resume a life. You  know, see people, do stuff. Yesterday I even went out to the movies (Captain America, it didn’t suck). I decided to walk part of the way home, as I’d eaten way too much (ok, after […]

Finding the Line

So, I’d mentioned a good (first) date last week… Since then, I’ve seen that same man a few times.  3 to be exact. And, because I thought he’d care, I told him about the blog. So here’s the deal. I’m not sure what any of that means. It could mean absolutely nothing. 3 dates is, […]

How Many Times Can I Be Wrong (and still keep going)?

The first time I fell in love was in my early 20s.  I was a seriously cynical chick back then.  I’d seen more than my fair share of sadness and heartache with a little bit of premature death thrown in for good measure and was fairly certain that I’d never live past 30.  I was […]