Wishing all of you lovelies a Happy Valentine’s Day for tomorrow!! I was considering posting about gifts and edibles, but then I saw a copy of Paul Newman’s letter to his second wife Joanne Woodward on their wedding day. They were married fifty years until his passing in 2008 at the age of 83.
Here’s an excerpt:
It is having a mutual sense of values and common objectives. It is standing together facing the world. It is forming a circle of love that gathers in the whole family.
Someone was also reading one of my archived posts from April 2009 where a guy tells women how to better navigate relationships and watch their behavior.
Here’s an excerpt from Ladies Get It From The Horses Mouth.
Ladies, start living with your eyes OPEN. Most shady men give themselves away one way or another, usually before the first 30 days. Women have to STOP being so afraid to ask the important questions that would reveal his TRUE lifestyle.
Continue reading “Valentine Aspirations And Fulfillment”
Back to lighter fare! With so much discussion about the commercial aspects of Christmas – at least here in the United States – people may not realize the social aspects of home, hearth and family are still appreciated. The European Christmas Markets are a well-established tradition.
Continue reading “Did You Know Christmas Markets Were This Popular?”
Chinese restaurants are always an option but don’t have to be your last resort. I know there have to be some procrastinators out there. There’s probably a few folks who’ve had to scramble to add others to a carefully crafted menu or need somewhere else to go. Charitable organizations tend to be overrun with volunteers at this time. You’re feeling a wee bit stressed and wonder what to do. I have two words for you: Don’t Panic!!
Continue reading “Last Minute Thanksgiving Dinner Prep”
My birthday was on Monday. I started celebrating early. As in I had fruit, cheese and champagne Sunday morning. I think it had something to do with writing the Nest Egg post. Thinking about avoiding a catastrophe, makes one feel a little daring
Plus, it was brunch time. I knew I’d find a reason for an 1130am cocktail.
Continue reading “What I Ate On My Birthday”