The Rocket Science of Falling in Love


It was love at first sight…actually I only saw his back but what I saw I cherished. I love the arms so my eyes were drawn to his arms, his strong arms that seemed firm as he waited for the water to be brought for cleaning the floor. Then he left either to find out what was taking so long or to bring the water himself.

The walk, I loved the way he walked, it was as if the world had stopped and he was moving in slow motion. I simply liked what I saw.

He is cute and really sexy. I could tell he had a masculine chest through the almost hugging black T-shirt that he wore…forgive me God for lusting…maybe I was seeing or imagining too much but he had me hook, line and sinker. The whole package was totally fwayne! (Fine!)

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#2 You frequently stumble across things you want to share


In your quest to find the one person that you can call your own, the one who will know your soul, the one who gets you, the one who loves only you, the one you treasure…just the one, you will find that there are some things that will tell you if you have been successful or not. We all search for the perfect mate and we may not be willing to settle for less when it comes to love, though many of us do. Love has a funny way of playing with our emotions, we are always thinking is he/she the right one for me? Can I trust that they will not lie to me and break my heart? Can I believe it when he/she says they love only me? Should I give him/her the chance instead of Stacy or John? So many questions. Continue reading “#2 You frequently stumble across things you want to share”

#1 You notice peculiar things you have in common

Questioning if you have found the one? There are certain things in this world that will let you know that you definitely found the one. “The One” usually differs from person to person, heck, there are those who do not believe in the theory of finding the one. The one here does not really have to be the theoretical soul mate. The one can be that person that gets you completely, understands your quirky side but still loves the hell out of you.

The one can be that friend who has seen your very worst sides, the best of you and knows you like the back of your hand. The one can be your brother or sister whom you trust with your life. We all have siblings that we often fight with and even hate but there is always one that you love more than the other, sibling love is never unconditional you get that from parents. You’re the one might be that first love you had and fortunately for you, you still have in your life 50 plus years later. Continue reading “#1 You notice peculiar things you have in common”

Daily Find: Why you’re not married by Tracy McMillan


You want to get married. It’s taken a while to admit it. Saying it out loud — even in your mind — feels kind of desperate, kind of unfeminist, kind of definitely not you, or at least not any you that you recognize. Because you’re hardly like those girls on TLC saying yes to the dress and you would never compete for a man like those poor actress-wannabes on The Bachelor.
You’ve never dreamt of an aqua-blue ring box.
Then, something happened. Another birthday, maybe. A breakup. Your brother’s wedding. His wife-elect asked you to be a bridesmaid, and suddenly there you were, wondering how in hell you came to be 36-years-old, walking down the aisle wearing something halfway decent from J. Crew that you could totally repurpose with a cute pair of boots and a jean jacket. You started to hate the bride — she was so effing happy — and for the first time ever you began to have feelings about the fact that you’re not married. You never really cared that much before. But suddenly (it was so sudden) you found yourself wondering… Deep, deep breath… Why you’re not married. Continue reading “Daily Find: Why you’re not married by Tracy McMillan”