The Single One
When did Sunday night grocery shopping become a social event? It is now part of the dating arena. Get your date while you shop! Adds a whole new dimension to “picking up” groceries. I saw a guy walk in alone, leave with a date, and have coffee in Pete’s on the way out with her – that is the essence of one stop shopping. It also means you can’t stroll through in sweats. Back to the heels. Of course I did wear my salsa shoes in lieu of flats. While the “Married One” contemplates her alone time, Sunday night shopping is all about not being alone.
The Married One
Being married is bliss. The two of you together -always! Under the same roof, sharing meals together, discussing feelings. Darling, is everything all right? Then the marital shift – please go away! Doesn’t everyone need time alone? I want to lie in that bubble bath until my finger tips turn to prunes! Maybe read a book. A trashy book! Luckily, my husband loves being alone. So much so that I begin to worry. Why doesn’t he want to be with me? What’s wrong? Single, married, alone time – what is the perfect balance?