blog, poetry, relationships

Ode to Edie: Andy’s Superstar


One from the Archives Mayflower girl surrounded by sins. East coast blue blood coursing through her veins. Santa Barbara born, raised in the bins, Escaped to New York to ease her pains. Poor little rich girl, embraced by the crowd. She’s danced like a goddess And the maker was proud. Watching as she groped for… Continue reading Ode to Edie: Andy’s Superstar

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A guys guide for gift giving and card signing for Valentines Day/ holidays.


This guide is for everyone, whether in a new relationship or an established one. 1.  Just met, you like her but it’s very new. The gift: Get something you know she likes from a shop you know she goes to.  You are not expected at this phase to buy "the perfect" gift, just one that… Continue reading A guys guide for gift giving and card signing for Valentines Day/ holidays.

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Breaking Up Is Hard To Do (on the Web 2.0)


From the archives and for new friends: We have all been through a breakup and felt the inevitable pangs of pain, surges of tears and very real mourning period following the end of a relationship.  In today’s world, where social networking and social media can be a significant part of many of our lives, old… Continue reading Breaking Up Is Hard To Do (on the Web 2.0)

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Oscar Wilde on the Subject of Womend


Women are never disarmed by compliments.  Men always are. That is the difference between the sexes. All women become like their mothers. That is their tragedy. No man does.  That's his. Men always want to be a woman's first love - women like to be a man's last romance. A man can be happy with… Continue reading Oscar Wilde on the Subject of Womend