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

Maybe Not So Empty?

I had my 4th date with Mr. Midwest last night.  It was nice. Good.  Easy. Fun. Sorry, not feeling particularly articulate on the subject.  The truth is, I have absolutely no idea what to say.  We have fun together.  We enjoy each other’s company (well, I enjoy his company and he seems to enjoy my […]

Empty Relationships, Kinda Like Empty Calories

Yesterday I wrote about a conversation I had with a friend about my ideal man (and not a single one of you mentioned the picture of a robot I used to go with the post – it was a joke people, my ideal man = robot, sheesh). One of the many other things we talked […]

Best Dating Advice Ever…

With an opening like that, how could I not read the article?  Turns out the post, Best Dating Advice Ever From Michelle Obama, in YourTango was a really great one and I did think her advice was pretty damn awesome: “Cute’s good. But cute only lasts for so long, and then it’s, Who are you […]

Loneliness

I write a lot about dating. The ups and the downs.  My constant bewilderment.  Some may call it cluelessness. And I write a lot about what it means, to me, to be a single woman in her late thirties. What I don’t mention often is the loneliness that comes with both those things.  I guess […]

Chicks Look On the Bright Side? – My 5 Least Favorite Things About Relationships

I’m sure I’ve mentioned this before – my memory is good for shit.  I’d say it’s early senility, because I am getting old and that’s almost a legit excuse, but my friends and family know better,  My memory is actually severely affected by some medicine I have to take.  It’s not something I’m happy about, […]
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