The BetsyG-Spot

Love, life, and sex in the suburbs

Archive for February 2009

Goodbye February

February 26, 2009 Category: Random

BetsyG summarizes the week and shares about her son’s latest hospital tests.

Left and Right and Wrong?

February 25, 2009 Category: Mind and body, Wheel of Fortune

BetsyG figured out the key to her existence while pondering her left-leggedness during her run.

Mate for Life?

February 22, 2009 Category: Sex in the Suburbs

Divorce has gotten a bum rap because, if you think about it properly, it’s really marriage that’s the problem. There has to be something wrong with the institution that it fails so often.

Drafting “Scotch”

February 19, 2009 Category: Random, Writing

Until this week, my short story, Scotch Hangover, had been read mostly by men, who were universally aggravated with the ending. The guys in my writing group didn’t think it was the wrong ending or that it needed revision; they just weren’t pleased with it. But this week, women read it, and the response has been different. […]

Scotch Hangover

February 16, 2009 Category: Sex in the Suburbs

BetsyG shares a short story she wrote a few years back about that shows the perils of dialing–or e-mailing–while drunk.

Long weekend…

February 12, 2009 Category: Media, Random

BetsyG rambles about…um…well, if she knew, it wouldn’t have been rambling.


Cranes: Another Weird Thing

February 10, 2009 Category: Weird things that happen, Wheel of Fortune

BetsyG relays a weird but true story, so weird it seems like it couldn’t really have happened.

Eye Contact Sports

February 09, 2009 Category: Sex in the Suburbs

BetsyG was ogled recently. Here she ponders whether that’s a good thing or a bad thing.

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Very Ready for the Weekend

February 05, 2009 Category: Media, Random

BetsyG mostly talks about The Pretenders concert, and is actually so tired she is writing with her eyes closed, now 75% asleep.

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Friends Don’t Let Friends Get Brazilians

February 03, 2009 Category: Mind and body, Wheel of Fortune

Guest columnist Ima Hurting tells about her “Brazilian adventure”–her quest to avoid bikini-line maintenance–in this brilliant humor essay.




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