Category Archives: Stories & Essays

A Study in SANTA – pt. I …is Santa Naughty?

‘Tis the season to read articles on why Santa is evil. I know…’tis the season to be jolly…but not too jolly, because that would be acting like Santa…who’s evil. Ok, ok, maybe not evil – but DEFINITELY not something a … Continue reading

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Resolution: Don’t be a Jerkface

‘Tis the season to make empty promises to yourself.  Lose weight, spend less, be more patient…blah blah blah. I don’t hate the idea of New Year’s resolutions.  In fact, I think it’s an admirable way to start the new year … Continue reading

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Do You Believe?

Ah, Santa. What do we do with Santa Claus?   Jolly ‘ol Saint Nick. Some people don’t believe we should propagate the fantasy with kids, some people are neutral, some people go full-tilt fantasy as long as their kids keep … Continue reading

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In defense of Fall

I don’t know if it’s just a Houston thing, or if all Westernized culture is becoming lazier, but I feel the need to advocate for a dying construct… Autumn. Why’s everyone hatin’ on the Fall? It seems like the moment … Continue reading

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AnthroFantasy

I’ve decided to throw a few posts in here and there, that have little or nothing to do with the world of dating… but are simply the musings and stories of this single mama as she roams this crazy world.  … Continue reading

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