I’m a baby boomer. That means I grew up wanting to see breasts. Playboy magazine was the Holy Grail and this was long before they showed much of anything other than a glimpse of breasts and artfully staged photographs that covered up everything else.
Ah, the joys of sleeping. Do you think men and women approach and do sleeping at all differently? Well, of course they do because – gulp – men and women are so inherently different, as this 25th installment in this blog series will demonstrate with its usual careful analysis, astute observation, and painstaking research!
My wife and I went out with a recently widowed friend of hers for a post-holiday drink and some poo-poos. She was ready, to a degree, to begin dating and expressed hope to find a monogamous relationship. Ironically, we went out with her on our wedding anniversary, which proved to be an unplanned blessing because it gave us an outlet to express our love, by talking about our relationship. By ourselves, it would have sounded a bit silly.
It’s often said that the biggest causes of divorce are sex, money, and “the kids.” I would argue that a bigger cause of dissention is food (and the kitchen). In continuing this blog series – and the pre-cursor to a book based on these columns – let’s tackle this divisive issue between men and women!
Let’s admit it. Dad can be quite funny. I mean YOUR dad or YOU, if you’re a dad. And, often it’s in the embarrassing column! My boys are always on edge wondering what THEIR dad might do to embarrass them. The funny thing is how much their friends seem to like “their dad” but how much THEY seem nervous about what “he” will do! Sound familiar? Let’s share FUNNY stories of our dads at #DadChat this Thursday, June 12 from 6:00 – 7:00 p.m. PT/9:00 – 10:00 p.m. ET in honor of Father’s Day.
We might have a giveaway or two!