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No book, wedding plans and co-habitiation.

November 8, 2010

Short north columbus wedding dress boutique Short north columbus wedding dress boutique After finishing up a photo shoot for a client in the Short North today I couldn’t help but pop into Big Rock, order Little Rooster to say “hello” to the dress I’m considering. That dress is in one of these photographs. Obviously, visit […]

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On Weddings

June 5, 2009

I counted on this. But not on this. Jet lag, help the remnants of a cold and a three-year-old’s inability to process the words, treat “stop hitting Nolan.” It’s been interesting. We also went ziplining today… over a canyon. It was, as Kristin would say, “wicked.” There will be a video. In the meantime check […]

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My imaginary husband

April 6, 2009

It’s been so long since I’ve had a husband, viagra or even a steady boyfriend for that matter, patient that I now can only imagine what it would be like. There’s nothing tangible left, this site not even an old pair of boxer shorts. Just pictures like this one. At first, when Benjamin was just […]

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Cabin Fever, Part 4

October 6, 2008

The single parent club. Dating, for us, is inexplicable. It’s like nothing we’ve ever experienced before – this is a universal truth. The little pile of red flags I’ve been collecting is now filled with a few land mines. The biggest one being the fact that we can’t see each other without our kids around

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Can he commit? Check his cab light.

August 6, 2008

My friend has fallen. Totally and completely. Off the deep end. In love. And the man… he’s falling too. They’re both young. Their lives are together. Everything is ripe for – BIG BREATHLESS PAUSE – marriage. (Yes, I said that scary “M” word) One huge reason for this – both of their cab lights are on. They’ve both finally decided, in their own time, that it’s time to settle down.

What do you think about the Sex and the City cab light theory? Is timing really everything? For my friend it is and I couldn’t be happier for her! They really, truly adore each other and I so want it to work out.

What is a cab light you ask?

A cab light (I’m stealing this from Sex and the City) is when someone, namely a man, is ready to get married. When a man’s cab light is on it means he’s ready for a long-term fare or committed relationship.

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On fake wedding rings.

June 13, 2008

1. Tell toddler you are going to make him toast for breakfast. 2. Sit him on the counter or the table so he can’t move or run away. 3. When toddler says, visit “Toeeess?” answer with, story “Toes??? You want to eat my toes???!!! NOOOOOO! Please, advice please, please don’t eat my toes!!!” 4. Jump […]

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Who needs a husband anyway?

June 7, 2008

The Census Bureau reports that half of the 60 million American women who are 45 and older are single. In his News Day article, pills Peter Jackson writes that while many of the women are divorced or widowed others are “single by design.” He cites The New Single Woman, check a book by E. Kay […]

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Need to save your marriage? Talk to Mort.

May 18, 2008

This post was inspired by Google searches to my blog for “working harder than my husband.” I used to be there. When your man isn’t acting like a man, website like this and you’re taking care of the kids, cleaning the house, cooking and bringing home the bacon – you start to wonder why in […]

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Should I leave my husband?

May 2, 2008

There were a few moments, split seconds of time when I knew I had to give up – that my ex-husband and I were impossibly different – and that he was impossibly uncommitted to truly being the best father and husband he could be. It’s when I knew I should leave my husband.

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Can this city girl handle the burbs?

April 9, 2008

I’ve officially launched my house hunt.

The neighborhood I’ve set my sights on is in the suburbs. The houses are adorable. There are plenty in my price range (thanks to the housing bubble burst) and the schools are top-notch.It’s not a cookie-cutter suburb, it’s an old suburb, but a suburb nonetheless.

Tomorrow I am cramming three house viewings into my lunch break. So tonight I popped Benjamin in the car for a little trip … our mission to get a feel for the neighborhood in the evening.

First we stopped and looked at a few houses from the street, like this one!

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