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A First Boulder Date: Mall to Mountains!

April 20th, 2024

A first Boulder date is always a challenge. Where to go? What to do? What do you want to come of it? Each of those questions can be cause for stress and pondering. Perhaps we can help with some concrete suggestions! Of course the zoo up the road and the Butterfly Pavilion just up the road are personal favorites. Both permit conversation in the midst of fascinating things on all sides. Here are some additional suggestions. For an unforgettable first date in Boulder County, you have a multitude of options that blend adventure, culture, and culinary delights. Here are seven highly recommended date... Read More

Boulder’s Petal Perfumes: Unraveling the Tapestry of Flower Scents

April 18th, 2024

Sex Life Of The Daffodil: Flowering Flirt Flaunts It!          pic Lensworth Daffodils, One of Spring’s Early Risers, Follows The Sun     pic Lensworth Throughout history, humans have been captivated by the enchanting aromas of flowers and plants. The use of floral fragrances dates back centuries and has played a significant role in various cultures and civilizations. This article delves into the fascinating history of floral fragrances, exploring how humans have harnessed the scents of plants for a myriad of purposes. Columbines, Colorado’s State Flower, On The Boulder... Read More

4 Tips for Comfortable Cohabitation

February 26th, 2024

Moving in together is a big change! Now you’ll see one another all the time, and find out about all of your partner’s warts.  Before you cohabitate with your significant other, here are a few things to think about. Make a budget and decide who pays for what.  Finances are one of the big reasons couples break up, so tackling it before it becomes a problem can help you both save major headaches down the road.  Are you moving to your partner’s place, or are you buying or renting a new space?  Are you splitting utilities, rent and other expenses equally? Do you have a savings account for... Read More

Valentine’s Day Card for Sundown

February 14th, 2024

  To Debi, my wife of 38 years, all in Boulder, Happy Valentines Day! And to ALL of you, a Happiest of Valentine’s Day. May your lover never hurt you, and may you never hurt them. Valentine’s Day serves as a reminder that we are in love with each other for the day, and for the rest of the year. I have always made my own Valentine’s Day cards. While some are rather crude, I have gotten better at drawing an arrow through a heart. This year I did something completely different For Debi, turtles Phlash and Speedy, and green cheeked conure parrot, Layla. Because we live the future,... Read More

Everlasting Joy: Boulder’s Secret to Lasting Puppy Love and New Beginnings!

February 7th, 2024

                                           Lady And The Tramp Valentine’s Dinner Lenny and Debi celebrated 38 years of Boulder marriage. All in Boulder of course 🙂 Their anniversary on 4/20 spawned a nationwide celebration of their marriage, although some claim that there is a cannabis connection.  Lenny and Debi have shared their love and fascinations over the decades, sometimes together and other times as cheerleaders for each other. Lenny has performed family weddings over the years, glowing in the love and joy of the new couples. One cousin... Read More

Five Tips to Warm Up Your Winter Dating Strategy!

February 4th, 2024
snowboots and ice-skates

Winter is not a fun time to date.  On the coldest of days you might not feel like going anywhere or doing anything.  You’re bundled up in your warmest, perhaps least sexy-feeling clothes and have hat hair.  So how do you break out of the winter dating funk? Here are some tips to make your winter dating experience a little brighter. Tell your friends.  Don’t be afraid to ask for help from those who love you. There’s a feeling of trust that comes from meeting your friends’ friends. It can be scary to tell people that you’re looking for love, but 39% of people report meeting their mate... Read More

3 Signs You’re Dating A Cuffer

December 28th, 2023

The Urban Dictionary defines cuffing season as follows: “During the fall and winter months people who would normally rather be single or promiscuous find themselves desiring to be ‘cuffed’ or tied down by a serious relationship. The cold weather and prolonged indoor activity causes singles to become lonely and desperate to be cuffed.” A simpler definition is singles who venture out looking for someone with whom to spend the winter and dump them before spring arrives. Recently get into a relationship? Here’s how to tell it’s the real thing or just a winter fling. Things are moving too... Read More

Know Thyself When Seeking A Mate

December 4th, 2023

I recently went on a date with a nice guy with whom I had quite a few shared interests.  During the course of the conversation, he mentioned that he didn’t have health care. I was a little surprised because in your 50s you start to have need for health care more than you did in your 30s and even 40s. When we parted company I noticed that he drove a very nice car and it made me think, why is health care such a low priority for him?  I never really thought that through however, because I started thinking downstream about a relationship with someone with no health care.  I considered what would... Read More

How Many Reasons Do You Need Not To Share Nude Pics?

November 21st, 2018

This month’s blog was going to be about something else entirely, but then I read a piece about a woman who won a law suit against her ex. The ex broke up with her and then shared her nude pics and videos with her friends, classmates, and pornographic websites.  This story persuaded me to write about the hazards of sharing suggestive media with anyone, even your significant other. A federal district court in California last week entered a default judgment against a man and ordered him to pay $6.45 million in damages after he was accused of spreading an ex-girlfriend’s naked pictures and videos... Read More