As much as I would like to think that I'm perfect, I know I'm not. I know that no one is really easy to live with, but I might be a tad harder to live with than most. Just ask my hubby. Oh don't worry, he's no saint either. He has his own idiosyncrasies that drive me crazy, but right now we're talkin' about me and some of the things that I knowingly do though I know they will annoy him. Surely, I am not the only wife in the world who on occasion annoys her husband on purpose.
Being scorned by an ex-lover is hard to deal with sometimes, especially if your man cheated on you. One of the things I wouldn't tolerate in a relationship is cheating, and my reaction would probably be a lot harsher than the one Timeshia Brown had. The Texas woman recently placed an ad in her local paper congratulating her husband Patrick on his latest accomplishment.
The catch is that it the furthest thing from something to be proud of. As a matter of fact, he is expecting a CHILD with ANOTHER woman. Yep, the dumb husband was caught cheating on his wife and she put him on blast!
It's official: Paula Patton and Robin Thicke have filed for separation after nine years of marriage. The duo, who began dating when Thicke was just 14, married in 2010 and seemed like the picture perfect couple. They were successful in the movie and music scene and even became parents to their 4-year-old son Julian Fuego in 2010.
But after a year of wild outbursts from Thicke, it's no surprise that Patton finally threw in the towel.Continue Reading >
In an unbelievable twist of fate, a New York husband and wife of over six decades, died just hours apart while holding hands in an upstate local hospital earlier this month.
The couple, 83-year-old Floreen Hale and 82-year-old Ed Hale died side by side, only 36 hours apart after suffering from congestive heart failure and a severe leg injury, respectively. According to the NY Daily News, Ed had initially been located at a hospital but demanded to be moved closer to his wife, despite his grave condition--a move that sounds risky but won't surprise you after you hear their amazing love story.Continue Reading >
Valentine's Day was last week, but Kansas man Jesse Ben Hale was showing off his romantic side long before that. About a month ago, Hale decided to forgo the one-day Hallmark holiday altogether and instead simply tell his wife why he loves her in a handwritten note--every single day for 100 days!
That's right! He's calling the project 100 Days of Valentines and last week, he released a video of his first 25 days. The whole thing is so heart meltingly adorable, it pretty much has me convinced that Hale is the best husband EVER.Continue Reading >
I'm going to admit to a stereotype that I'm guilty of having. I seem to think that elderly people for the most part are done with sex. Done with having it, done with thinking about it, done with fantasizing about it. Surely, they are no longer kinky if they ever were, right? Yes, it is totally ageist of me and makes no sense. Of course elderly people still think about sex and want it, why wouldn't they? Take for example a couple from South Carolina. The husband is 72 years old and the wife is 58 years old. That's a 14 year age difference. You'd think the old man would have a hard time keeping up with his younger wife's sex drive, but apparently the guy is so kinky that his wife called the cops on him because he keeps trying to get her to go to go where she has no desire to go sexually. It's kind of scandalous.Continue Reading >
It's nothing new, but this idea seems to be getting more and more popular among parents who are so exhausted that they claim they have no time for sex. According to a survey by British parenting website Netmums, 6 out of 10 couples admit having to schedule when they're going to be intimate, just like they would their child's soccer practice. Otherwise, they can go for weeks without having sex.
If that works for them, more power to them ... but I'm not so sure I could do it.Continue Reading >
Let's say I could pick a talent, any talent, it would be the gift of music. I think that people who can sing have a truly amazing gift. Some people have the kind of voice that you can fall in love with. Sadly, I am not one of those people even though I come from a family filled with phenomenal voices. I inherited my mother's shaky off-key singing voice. Ni modo. Unlike me, Arianna Pflederer can sing. She's got the kind of voice people do fall in love with just ask her husband, Ryan. At their wedding Arianna brought Ryan to tears with her amazing voice. On that day, right before she turned into his wife, she gave him a gift that he will never forget. You've got to watch and listen to this beautiful moment! You just have to.
The storyline behind the catchy ranchera "Muchacho de Campo" by Voz de Mando reminds me of the typical novelas that I used to watch when I was young. The usual plot consisted of the rich guy falling for the muchacha who worked as a maid or who came from a poor farming family.
This is the one aspect of my Latin culture that still shocks me! Perhaps classism is not as prevalent here in the U.S. because there is less of a gap between the haves and have-nots. Although I've been in Mexico just a few times I feel like classism is even more pronounced there. I could tell by the way the ricos treated people in service and transportation. Although my family was highly educated and came from the upper middle class from Chile, we were brought up differently.
A 65-year-old registered nurse from Arizona used her powers for bad after she tried killing her husband by injecting his IV line with some questionable material. Rosemary Vogel was charged with first-degree attempted murder last Thursday after she was spotted tampering with the man's IV line. What Vogel was injecting into her husband's IV is something that will DISGUST you.
Are you ready for the shocking twist in this story? Read on to find out...Continue Reading >