And Now, A Word From The Late Blooming Groom
We interrupt our regularly scheduled programming to bring you Robby, my future better half. Since I’ve been doing all of the talking on these blog posts, I thought it might be time to hear another perspective on finding love later in life. So here he is, former bachelor, current fiancé, and fellow late bloomer Robert […]
Still Single? Throw Yourself A Wedding!
When I took the stage at Boardwalk 11 Karaoke Bar at my 50th birthday party last February, I was triumphant. Victorious. I felt proud of who I was, and what I had accomplished – getting to 50 as an independent, self-reliant woman. That wasn’t exactly the picture a few months before though. In the run-up […]
Marriage And Midlife: A First For Us Both
Getting married for the first time at this age is a little weird. When most people our age are looking at colleges with their kids, we’re looking at wedding venues. When most of our peers are preparing to be empty nesters, we’re preparing to co-habitat for the first time. While most folks in their 50s are dealing with […]
Some Accidental Advice From An Accidental Bride
On my long journey to the altar, I seem to have picked up some accidental wisdom along the way. Call it unintended self-illumination or inadvertent enlightenment, the path to marriage has taught me a lot. Now, I realize that getting married isn’t the end-all, be-all pinnacle of success, but for me it’s a bit of an […]
How He Put A Ring On It
One Friday night in early August 2013, Robby and I were hanging out at his downtown L.A. loft/bachelor pad/man cave, drinking wine and having a perfectly nice time, when the subject of moving in together came up. That’s when everything went to shit.