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

Not Boyfriend Material

So I had a fun-ish date last week. Ending with him saying how much he’d like to see me again. I won’t be seeing him again. Why? Because I’ve finally learned my lesson. Well.. this specific lesson. That, timing is everything. OK, maybe not everything. But a lot. It’s something I’ve said before. Timing is […]

Blast from the Past – Luck Luck Luck Luck Luck – > There, I said it!

This has been a seriously week. So long, that I’m too tired to write the post that I’ve been thinking about writing. So, I thought now would be the perfect time to share one of my favorite posts from last summer. Luck Luck Luck Luck Luck – > There, I said it! I was chatting […]

More Bad Timing

So last week I got an email from a guy I met a few years ago.  We’d met, had one date and nothing ever came of it.  I don’t remember much, but I guess I liked him well enough (told him I’d see him again) and then he started seeing someone else (? seriously, I’m […]

Luck Luck Luck Luck Luck – > There, I said it!

I was chatting with a friend over dinner last night.   He’s single.  I’m single.  We’d each prefer to be in a relationship, if it were the right one/a good one.  But we’re not in relationships.  *shrug* And I said that the thing that upsets me most about the single/dating industry (of which, I realize, […]

Open to Love

So here’s a question for you, is falling in love a choice? Or, to be more grammatically accurate, do we choose to fall in love? I’ve been thinking about this for days.  Ever since I read KB in NYC’s great post, I’m Crazy for Loving You. In it, she writes about the fact that she’s […]