The BetsyG-Spot

Love, life, and sex in the suburbs
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If You Don’t Stop It…

March 04, 2009 Category: Looking back, Wheel of Fortune

What sort of dangers do snowbanks pose? Beds? Open car windows? If you were raised as I was, they are all potentially lethal weapons.

Center of Desire

January 06, 2009 Category: Wheel of Fortune, Wildcard

When BetsyG was singing and driving through her hometown when embroiled in Facebook reconnections, she had an odd reaction. Well, not so odd for Betsyg.

Too Quiet a Week

January 02, 2009 Category: Random

BetsyG jaws about New Year’s Eve, why her post is late, and her weekend plans to see movies, including Revolutionary Road.

It’s a Holly Joliday

December 25, 2008 Category: Looking back, Random

BetsyG looks back at Christmases and Hanukah’s past. Through the wonders of Youtube, she shows you her favorite gift ever.

The Playground

December 23, 2008 Category: Looking back, Wheel of Fortune

Why do we connect with some people and not others? BetsyG reflects on her recent reconnections to try to understand what makes a friend.

Life Gets Weirder

December 16, 2008 Category: Looking back, Random, Wheel of Fortune

BetsyG’s experiences with reconnecting are getting weirder by the day, courtesy of Facebook. But what’s really weird is this picture of BetsyG from 9th grade.

Smaller World

December 02, 2008 Category: Looking back, Wheel of Fortune

BetsyG had found some old friends, and it feels really good to reconnect, with the help of LinkedIn, Facebook, and social networking. In fact, it’s downright moving.

Reune

November 20, 2008 Category: Looking back, Random

BetsyG reflects on why she likes reunions so well after attending a party with former co-workers.

Why I Love Running: Part I

November 18, 2008 Category: Looking back, Mind and body, Wheel of Fortune

BetsyG looks back at her high school days as a non-athlete and why those memories contribute to her love of running today.

Connection

November 16, 2008 Category: Sex in the Suburbs

BetsyG looked up a boyfriend from the past and opened not a can of worms but an old sachet box that surprisingly still has a trace of fragrance.

 

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