Love Letters I Wish I Had Kept
They were pure poetry: intimate, giving, sharing. And then they were gone.
What It Feels Like to Be Roofied
It was a horrible, surreal experience, but it could've been much worse
Baby You Can Drive My Car
Cars always turned me on—until I met a man who drove me crazy in a whole new way
Let’s Get This Good Time Over With
Five years after my divorce, that summed up my attitude toward online dating—until Cupid threw me a curve
When Something's Not Right, I'm Wrong
This isn’t easy for me to admit, but as soon as I accepted being wrong all of the time, everything just felt right
A Thing of Beauty Is a Joy Forever
If it's acceptable for an old man to date a much younger woman, why is it odd for a young man to date a much older woman?
My Boyfriend, the Murderer
He was was soft-spoken, wrote poetry and played a bamboo flute. And then he killed our friend's mother.
The Woman Who Doesn't Cook
I've always suspected that once I knew how to cook a fabulous meal, people would expect me to, and that just wasn't how I wanted to spend my time
Dinner with My Old Boyfriend 15 Years Later Set Off Something I Hadn't Anticipated–Gratitude
Our relationship occasionally drove me a little crazy, but I treasure the time we had together
My family had our fair share of unmarrieds—two old maids and one bachelor, my personal role models