Single men and the women they choose – follow-up

Firstly, thank you for commenting on the original post. 🙂

I think my intention was misinterpreted by some, so I hereby give you a short, in-depth analysis/elaboration/explanation before delving deeper into this topic.

Here’s the quote I referred to before:

Men tend to choose women who will make them look good to other men.

(paraphrased)

Reminder: this isn’t my quote. I read it somewhere and paraphrased it because I couldn’t immediately find the source article.

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November is for reading Music Lovers

About two years ago I wrote a romantic story with an erotic edge called Music Lovers. I posted some of the chapters on another blog as the story developed in my head which gave me an opportunity to experiment with character and plot development as well as the tricky methods of writing sensual sex scenes.

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Midlife health and digestion

A wonderful author, blogger, and online friend named K E Garland has created a platform called Navigating the Change, a guide for the menopausal journey.

It is, as you can probably tell, targeted specifically to women in midlife. Kathy invited me to participate in the portal and write something, so I did.

However, believe it or not, men drop by and read or comment on some of the articles.

How do I know this?

Well, a man dropped a comment on my article.

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Blog award nomination

It’s been a while since I’ve been nominated for a blog award, but one of my newest followers, James the Less (who came up with a catchy name for his blog) nominated me.

I’m going to skip over the rules (bad, bad, I know, you can yell at me if you wish) and just answer the questions he posed. Let’s see if my grey matter is sharp enough to come up with something witty but truthful for these questions…

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A tribute to blogger friendships

When I first started blogging, my now-16-year-old son was a baby. I’m on my third blog (and I have a fourth one in which I publish erotic fiction), so I’ve been around the block a few times when it comes to WordPress. Ha.

So it won’t be anyone’s surprise that I have made a few friends along the way.

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Summer so far: lifted restrictions, new hobbies and a little update

This is the first summer in which neither kid is playing baseball. They both started with t-ball at age 4… They are now 13 and a half and 16.

Because we are still in the slowly emerging opening up of lockdown (stage 2 with stage 3 happening in a week) not much activity is available for them. My son picked up golf and is looking for a part-time job, but my daughter is in that tricky age where she’s too young to get a job and there aren’t too many options available right now for volunteering and other things.

So summer so far is looking very similar to the last 16 months of lockdown… Kids staring at screens.

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