The BetsyG-Spot

Love, life, and sex in the suburbs

Archive for November 2008


November 30, 2008 Category: Sex in the Suburbs

The world of dating is an obstacle course to maneuver. Sometimes mixups happen, as documented here.


November 27, 2008 Category: Random

BetsyG makes kreplach and talks about what she is thankful for on Thanksgiving.

Why I Love Running: Part II

November 25, 2008 Category: Getting on, Mind and body, Wheel of Fortune

BetsyG talks about two distressing signs of aging and why running makes her feel better about it. She also shows off her Dance Dance Revolution (DDR) skills.


November 23, 2008 Category: Sex in the Suburbs

Here’s a list of ways in which I delude myself in all phases of a relationship. Readers are invited to share their delusions.


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.


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.

Solving the Gay Marriage Problem

November 13, 2008 Category: Politics, Random, Social Issues

In California, they voted down gay marriage. It’s a big problem when people define marriage as only between a man and woman. I have a solution that provides marital rights to homosexuals without being discriminatory, while satisfying for those who believe in traditional marriage.

Well, well. Wellbutrin.

November 11, 2008 Category: Mind and body, Wheel of Fortune

Like David Foster Wallace, I suffered with depression for a long time. I finally found a drug that helped…for more than just depression.

Physics Lesson

November 10, 2008 Category: Sex in the Suburbs

My friend Eddie warned me not to get too involved when I met someone who was too fresh out of his marriage. But how do you stop yourself from falling in love? I confess, that’s a lesson I seem unable to learn.




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