Tag Archives: Music

Dating Columnist Job Security

“It’s ok, the cow can’t really bite you, they don’t even have incisors on their upper jaw. They have a toothless dental pad, no canine teeth, and only chew on their back molars, so you would have to have your … Continue reading

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Signs of Singlehood

Here is my toast – to the little luxuries and the little eccentricities. Continue reading

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Manning Up

Seriously, I don’t know why elves would be eating a jar of olives in the bathroom, but there is no other explanation for stuff like that. Continue reading

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Billy Joel Gets Me

So far, the only man who has ever truly been able to express a real understanding of me is Billy Joel in his song, Always a Woman. Continue reading

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Rolling Like Stones

Some of my friends consider running a race like this a religious or spiritual experience. Continue reading

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Diagnosing Heartbreak

The Retaliation Stage is the most dangerous of all the phases and the one that shows the most Facebook documentation. Continue reading

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Le Vie en Rose: Part 1

It’s so agelessly beautiful – the melody, the lyrics, Edith Piaf! Continue reading

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Licking Elbows with the Ivy League and Hanging with Hipsters

How did I end up cleaning my house Sunday morning in my bathrobe and killer heels? Continue reading

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Glory Daze

Glory days in the wink of a young girl’s eye Continue reading

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Spinning My Father’s Records: A Brief History

My father had this awesomely impressive record collection. He was a true music junkie. I begged for him to give me his record collection. He said it would be mine when I graduated high school. I graduated with honors. He said he would give me his records when I graduated from college. I shook hands with the President of the United States as I claimed my diploma. He said I would only get the records over his dead body. Continue reading

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