The fact that we shame women for thinking about it like that is also unfair.Zan: That’s the thing that makes dating different in your 30s, maybe.You may now see our list and photos of women who are in your area and meet your preferences.
State crews will be working to restore 21 roadway markers highlighting historical events and figures around western and central parts of the Commonwealth, the Massachusetts Department of Transportation announced Tuesday.The cast iron markers, which provide facts and stories about local communities, were first installed on roadways throughout the state in 1930to commemorate the 300th anniversary of the founding of the Massachusetts Bay Colony, Mass DOT said in a statement.“Mass DOT is proud to be carrying out this project to restore these historic markers which highlight the rich heritage of Massachusetts and local communities,” highway administrator Jonathan Gulliver said in the statement.I prioritize my writing because it's what I like to do, it pays my bills, and this is how I prefer to spend my time.If being in a relationship was as important to me as my job, I would carve time out for it the way I carve time out for exercise, the way I carve time out for my friends.From being told not to apply make up in front of your man to being adviced not to get sentimental, these dating tips focus on shining all the light on the man alone.
There are some old-fashioned dating rules that are worth passing on, like calling over texting and going slow dancing rather than clubbing.
That’s how I feel about dating: If it happens, great, and if it doesn’t, that’s fine too.
But then also if you are trying to date, you feel ashamed about that, because romance is "supposed" to happen magically.
These 12 ‘Tips for Single Women’ from 1938 are a valid today as they were then.
Of course, 1938, was before lesbianism had been invented and in those days women had to get a man and an apron to really live.
“These markers help inform residents and commuters of notable events and facts about cities and towns, and are well-known historical artifacts that enhance roadside landscapes throughout Massachusetts.”The 21 markers -- located in Bernardston, Brimfield, Deerfield, Greenfield, Hadley, Hatfield, New Braintree, Northfield, West Brookfield, and Worcester -- represent a small portion of the original 275 signs placed around the state, authorities said.