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Let's Get Physical

Let's Get Physical

My friend Rebecca and I noticed something strange about men when we were living in Spain.  Despite the care we took to cultivate our respective “looks” whilst on the prowl (I went artsy, sex kitten Boho, Rebecca was a naughty tomboy), our greatest romantic triumphs never happened when we were all dolled up.  During one sweaty afternoon, my friend and I came to realize we were most attractive to men when we were, of all things, jogging. Rebecca and I made it a habit to run around Madrid’s Retiro Park on sunny days.  Always, we went without makeup.  Unshowered.  Hair in messy ponytails.  Mismatched, though admittedly snug, running shorts.  Not exactly the most glamorous of looks, but from the cat calls given to us by male passersby, you’d have thought we were Halle Berry and Julia Roberts on Oscar night. Back in the States, men seem to be equally bowled over by female joggers and, in general, get googly eyed around exercising women.  Of

An Open Marriage Can Work

Relationships have been written, rewritten and molded through the ages of human history. Man made laws have pressured the human race into a secrete life of the open marriage. My wife and I share an open marriage arrangement and find our relationship both rewarding and wonderful. This lifestyle is not for everyone because most people are subjected to the history what others tell us what a relationship should be.

The Game

The Game

The Game is a personal opinion of mine in which I think that I can explain the terms and conditions of love as portrayed as a game so people will get a better perspective in case they still aren't sure about how love works. Again it's just my opinion. Comments are nice.

Finding The Perfect Wedding Dress

1. Start your search for the perfect wedding dress at least six to nine months ahead. Special orders can take four to six months, plus time for alterations. 2. Keep your file of photographs of dresses you like from bridal magazines, advertisements and boutique promotions handy when you shop. 3. Choose a style appropriate for the ceremony. For a formal evening wedding, a floor-length dress in ivory, white, cream or champagne, often worn with gloves and a train, is an elegant choice. Semiformal dresses can be also be pastels, a floorbrushing (ballerina) length, with a short veil and no train. At a less-formal or second wedding, the bride may choose a long or short dress, or even a two-piece suit. A short veil may be very stylish paired with a classic pillbox hat.