Monthly Archives: February 2016

Turns out I was the one who changed

When I started writing my book about women who have never been married, I was hoping to change other people’s attitudes about us. What I didn’t realize was how much the book would change my attitude. I’d always felt like … Continue reading

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A good excuse to shave my legs

So I wrote last time that I was going to a singles dance. I mentioned that my expectations were low, that I thought there’d be a lot more women than men, blah, blah, blah. The upshot was: I did NOT … Continue reading

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Mixed emotions about singles mixers

Are events specifically for singles worth going to? Being a perpetually single woman, that’s a question I’ve been trying to answer for a long time. I’ll try┬áto answer it again on Friday night, when two friends and I will head … Continue reading

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