I Should Have Known Better

I was visiting Italy in the spring. Yes, yes I know, I’ve been thinking of telling you this story since then, but somehow I seem to not have gotten into it. Don’t ask me what I’ve done, because I am not able to explain it – I am not even sure if I know it myself. Continue reading

An Age Old Question

I’ve heard the question so many times along the years: “How old are you?” And a comment after that I look much younger. Or occasionally, when I am not ready to say (you should never ask lady’s age!) people start guessing. Easily five years is dropped of in either case. And I’ve got few wrinkles. Some say it is blessing, but I am not always so sure. Continue reading

Clinging on Others – Childish Affairs

To continue yesterdays theme: there are several rather immature things both women and men do in relationships. I don’t grant neither sex freedom of fault in this field. I don’t mean everybody are immature – I mean only that far too many of us are. (I have learned lately to include myself in this category). Continue reading

First Sings of Spring are Flirting Men

The Spring and sunshine wakes my hormones somehow, but I am not the only one.  I start noticing flirting men from cashier boy to the guy in train. It is spring! I always start to feel wanting to have babies about this time of the year. There seems to be little children every where (and handsome men too). Female Hormones! Continue reading

“I love you, I need you!” or Why I Missed Calm Men in Italy

When I was in Italy I was asked do I prefer Italian or the men of my own country. My answer surprised (and partly annoyed) my Italian friends. They asked why? The answer has something to do with the fact that I am wary of people, who seem to love every one and everything from bunnies to butterflies.

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“Do Blonds Really Like Have More Fun?”

It seems common knowledge that men (universally) prefer blonds. Blonder the hair, lighter the skin, more blue the eyes – the better, right? My experience on the issue is varied …

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