It’s a good question. How can you tell when something has outlived its usefulness?
This could easily be a post about some of my most recent dating disasters. The Pirate immediately comes to mind, since obviously I wasted way more time on that non-relationship than was necessary. Interesting, since I didn’t mourn the end of things with the Bartender or question it nearly as long as that, even though I was much more invested in him.
But today isn’t a post about relationships. It’s about words.
Continue reading When Has Something Outlived its Usefulness?
The third in our guest posts about Romance and Romance Novels comes from Sloan McBride, author of the Time Walker Series. Here she defines not just the genre, but the word itself, and gives us a sneak peek into her own work. Be sure to check her out on Twitter, @SloanMcBride1, and Facebook. Continue reading What is Romance?
My experiences on Tinder have shown me that the dating game is decidedly different than what my mother tried to prepare me for when I was younger!
As I’ve stated before, I am really just getting into the dating game. I don’t think I ever really understood how it was supposed to work when I was younger, and now that I’m really ready to settle down, I have to relearn all the rules to find a forever lover. And those rules are forever changing! The terms are different, and the rules about what is or is not taboo are very different.
Obviously, I am not a conservative girl. Just because I haven’t been a big dater until recently doesn’t mean that I don’t have stories to tell… Seriously, one of these days I’m going to put down in print some of the stories of my adventures in Kansas City one summer… Continue reading New Terms for the New Year
I love it when things fall into place. Yesterday, while talking about how I struggle with my emotions, I ended the post with the only words of wisdom I care about right now: Live in the Moment. Continue reading JWC Day 9: Words of Wisdom
Today the challenge asks me to write about something someone told me that I’ll never forget. Well, I have a somewhat eidetic memory from time to time, so I remember a lot. I remember my first nightmare for crying out loud! I was only 5… I shouldn’t logically remember that, but I do.
So the better way to phrase today’s challenge would be to write about am important thing someone told me that I still remember. That’s a much smaller number. The one that sticks out is a bit of a cliche, but happens to be fairly true. And it keeps me going when things get bad… usually.
There was a girl (I say girl, she was a fully grown adult, ex-military and divorced) living in my dorm during my first attempt at college. We were smoking buddies…yes I used to smoke, but I haven’t had a cigarette in a really long time.
After she and I had both moved out of the dorms, she told me (after telling me she gave me a bad reference when trying to rent a house) that I always somehow managed to land on my feet. At that exact moment, I was pissed about her not helping me get into a place that was perfect for what was going to be my new life. The compliment was still felt; like I said
yesterday earlier, they make me smile even if it takes a while. It took me a while to realize she had actually done me a favor. Continue reading JWC Day 2: I’ll Never Forget…