Looking back, I don’t regret any of the dating decisions I made in my youth (mainly) because they led me to where I am today.
When I was in my early 20s there was a certain cringe factor associated with meeting people online.
Oh I agree with this post and all of this is what I will be telling my girls when they start dating. These notions raced through my mind as I watched director Aaron Hunt’s singer-artists perform “The Telephone.” Mary Lutz Govertsen and David Govertsen were very good as Lucy and Ben. I think being in past relationships that didn’t work out helped to make me more aware of how great things were when I eventually found a man who I was properly happy with. These few pieces of information would have saved a long of angst (and listening to Sia’s Breathe Me on repeat) at various times in my 20s. Not that I know the meaning of life or anything, but these days I’m pretty comfortable with who I am, what I like, who I like, what drives me up the wall etc. Obviously, once kids come along and you have all the pressures of parenting and being a grown-up and all that stuff, things get a bit trickier. Here you'll find a collection of thoughts on motherhood, family travel and interiors with a bit of everything else in between.
But Jack Beeson, who set Saroyan’s play to music, struck my imagination so pertly that I looked him up on YouTube.
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This is cheesy beyond belief, but it didn’t take long for me to just know things were right, because it was all so easy. There are many things you can learn along the way which will prove to be valuable lessons later in life.

In fact, a couple of our best friends met (and later married) the people they found through dating sites. Not the easiest when you’re young and enjoying that sense of validation, but a very important thing to remember all the same! I also thought that a relationship where you argued meant that you both passionate about each other. I remember watching his charming fantasy, “Amahl and the Night Visitors,” on black-and-white television as a boy in the 1950s. My satisfaction would have been complete if Hunt had been able to scrape together another $30,000 or so to hire a twenty-piece chamber orchestra for this run—and find someplace to put them in the tiny Piccolo Theatre.
The electric piano failed to render his wide-open American West, San Francisco’s magnificent fog, ocean, and hills, and Beeson’s formidable emotional climaxes. No trying to be someone you’re not, no feelings of effort on any part, no intense irritation (well, only sometimes!) at stupid habits or whatever. Although I didn’t really do the whole dating thing, I did have boyfriends (who I knew through friends, met on nights out, that sort of thing) and I cringe a bit when I look back to some of the things I said and did.
I’m no pro when it comes to dating sites but my blogging buddy Alice at More Than Toast has written some great posts about her experiences dating as a single mum. When I'm not blogging you'll find me drinking hot cups of tea, cold glasses of wine or munching on posh crisps in front of Netflix. For decades I avoided looking into his one-act comic operetta, “The Telephone.” Perhaps I should have gotten off the esthetic high horse I was riding to investigate it.
I also like yoga and sleep, but don't get to do much of those since becoming a mum to two busy little girls. Saroyan’s sentimental solidarity with proletarian squalor, “warmth,” and bad luck did not keep the time from flying by.

I’m the same age Geri Halliwell was when she left the Spice Girls for greener pastures. He showed us obsessed, distracted, driven, controlled by the phone to the point that mutual consideration and conversation, formerly the chief charms of sociability, had died.
My number one piece of dating advice to my girls when they grow up will be to never, ever, do this. And if you have to question it all and look into everything so deeply then, chances are, it’s not right and you should just stop wasting brain space and time thinking about it.
And Menotti lived long enough to see our sidewalks full of zombies seemingly talking to themselves, eyes fixed downward on a small object in the palm of their hand fifteen inches from their face. Here I stand, slap-bang in the middle of it all and I have to remind myself I’ve only got half left. In a relationship, the woman will always integrate into the man’s life more easily than he does into hers.
The greatest, filthiest, nastiest, most exciting sex you will ever have will be with someone you’re in love with. No break up conversation, no guilt, no tears, you just press the button and it’s done. The bit about breakups they never warn you of is how many things that end other than the relationship.

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