In a time of mass media we are losing the gentle and subtle art of attraction and a return to it maybe just what the world needs as a love potion.
We have chosen to create massive cities, filled with individual living spaces, designed to enhance personal space and independent living. For better or worse, it has allowed a new kind of breed to develop: The independent breed. A breed of hermits. Searchers. Explorers and adventurers. People who simply are not bound by the idea that dating and mating is the be all and end all of being alive.
Love is remembering; he was someone before he met you. He had highs and lows and dreams and disappointments and comebacks and setbacks; job offers and perfect games and sublime moments alone in nature. He experienced moments with lovers that left him daydreaming for the entire next day.
When did February 14th become synonymous with that chubby Cupid character with the bow and arrow? And was there really a Saint Valentine? One legend says Valentine was a priest in the 3rd Century who defied the Emperor’s decree outlawing young men to marry. The Emperor believed that young men got weak-kneed after marriage, which […]
You are not like gentle swans, perfect beauty so many times compared … You are like violent lightning, striking the lies of men and melting my soul to yours
Have you ever heard the sound of a vehicle approaching and known instantly who it was? It was one of the hottest mornings I had experienced in the summer months of July in a very long time, and the nervousness, anxiety and excitement filled only my being it seemed, because the world outside was calm. […]
This Spiced Love Potion is sexy smooth and will infuse your body and spirit with warmth and wellness. A little goes a long way! Serve it at room temperature in martini glasses as a romantic pre-dinner (alcohol-free) intoxicant.
It’s Valentine’s Day. Love and lust are warming the air with lilts of dark chocolate and whispers of expensive champagne. Can kissing be very far behind? Today is the launch day of the Canada Kiss Map, an inspired creation of writer, creative process facilitator, and my friend, Chris Fraser. As big brilliant ideas often begin, […]
I have no particular sentimental attachments to Valentine’s Day. It conjures up memories of the second grade at Condon Elementary school in 1955, and an empty envelope taped to the front of my desk because none of those kids who brought in silly cheap cartoon valentines had addressed one to me. To my recollection, only […]
Author Margaret Blackwood remembers an acquaintance who helped her out one lonely Valentines Day.