I've moved onto season three of my Sex and the City re-watch. Miranda is living with Steve (whom she eventually marries later on). Carrie is dating Aidan - we all know how that turns out. Charlotte is desperate for marriage and claims she's going to "get married this year damnit." And Sam - well, Samantha … Continue reading Sex and the City Re-watch #3: do we need marriage to define who we are in society?
I woke up at 7:30 am this morning but lazed in bed until about 8:15 am when I finally crawled out of bed. I'm slowly sipping reheated coffee from yesterday and have a load of laundry going in the background while listening to a playlist I created on Spotify. This is how my day starts … Continue reading Sex and the City Re-watch #2: Relationships are like comfort foods
Every couple of years I sit down and re-watch the classic show, Sex and the City which was hugely popular in the late 90's. Just writing this makes me feel old. The show was a major hit on HBO at the time and it was a real trend setter. Not only for Sarah Jessica Parker's … Continue reading Sex and the City – Re-watch: “Marry someone who loves you more…”
After I wrote my piece this morning on emotional abuse, I got thinking about my relationship with James. It was an on and off relationship that went on for many years. Too many years. 19 years to be exact. Now first off - we didn't date all that time. We met when I was 20 … Continue reading Never make someone a priority, when you are just an option.
Advice from her school teacher Mr. Sandbaek, early 1920's, Denmark. Most happy is the one in a happy marriage.Second most happy is the single person, who lives for a cause.The less happy is the one once married, but lost the loved one.But least happy, is the one in a bad marriage. Another citation from Mr. … Continue reading Advice from my grandmother 3: marriage