Dating and bad raps
We have stood strong while everything around us crumbled, whether we made that call or not. If you're looking for a woman you can respect and honor, you'll find her in the single mothers pool. No Whining, No Games Look, we may call you out when we feel you're not satisfying us or living up to our expectations, and yeah, we're human and we're women, so you won't always understand us, but we will never be whiners and over-complainers. At the end of the day, we want a glass of wine and a grown-up conversation. We want clear communication and we'll give it back to you in spades.
We have picked ourselves up by our bootstraps and made something of and for our children and ourselves. The likelihood is that we'll set the stage for it, and you'll be so thrown for a loop you won't know what to do at first.
We want partnership and love just as much as the next girl, but we won't use games and drama to get it, and we'll take a longer time before we start wanting "more." And we won't bite... I work with single moms to weed through all the craziness that this new life has to offer, and find within themselves the amazing, powerful and relentless love-goddesses that they truly are.
Nowell and the other members of the band thought of it as one of their worst songs.
And you can count on your book-obsessed friends to happily drive a few hours to a reading and wait in a long line with you just so that you can meet your favorite author and have them sign your copy of their tome.
But those who are lucky enough to date a bookworm get a special set of perks (okay, and maybe a few challenges — but the good stuff outweighs 'em, trust me).
Here are 10 true things about dating someone who always has her head proudly buried in a book: We've collected titles from friends, families, and far corners of the world.
We can't bring ourselves to part with our books, which means that our libraries keep growing.