To each his own. To me my own.

You’re a Grown Man. Man Up.

Last night I had dinner with a good friend that I haven’t seen in far too long. Four hours just wasn’t long enough to catch up on all that’s been going on in our lives, but I’ll have to say we gave it our best shot.

Of course, the big topic of the night – men. The men that were, and the men that are. And realizing that there is no being out there that is perfect, man or woman… it, ummm… got me thinking.

Dear Gentlemen:

Security really IS everything to us. This isn’t just something from the era of our parents and grandparents; we want to be assured someone really does have our backs. This doesn’t mean we don’t want to work ourselves – it simply means we don’t want to be the only one working.

You should never allow your lady to get out of the car at a convenience store when you see a person of compromising interest lurking approaching others in the parking lot. This is the equivalent of putting her in a dangerous/deadly situation. If you’re not the one who’s willing to make the run inside, drive to the next store down the road.

Making the suggestion of hopping onto your lady’s cellphone plan to save you money is not a good idea, no matter what day of the week you do it on. You are the man, get your own plan. (If you’d like to take this a step further, when you get your own plan you can suggest her hopping onto yours, to save her some money.)

Under no circumstances should you allow a female ‘friend’ access to walk into your house unannounced while your lady is there with you. This should go unsaid, but apparently it still happens. Ladies don’t like sharing the house with another woman even if you do own the place.

A good mode of transportation is a must. This includes the ‘luxury’ of heat in the winter and a/c in the summer. I think I can speak for most ladies when I say we don’t want to be taken out on dates in our own cars. Not every time, anyway.

Sincerely, the Ladies

An awesome blog to follow is The combination of truth, humor and common sense makes for a great blogger – and he has my utmost respect. I try to never miss a day of it. 🙂


4 responses

  1. True story.

    July 16, 2010 at 9:03 am

    • Bonnie

      You caught onto that one quicker than almost everyone, Kelly. 🙂

      July 20, 2010 at 10:05 pm

  2. First of all, this is a fantastic post! “Security really IS everything” sums a lot up, doesn’t it? Well done – and well written!

    Second, thank you for the flattering mention. I’m so appreciative.

    Kind regards,

    July 19, 2010 at 11:18 pm

    • Bonnie

      Thank you for that GM, and know that I feel indebted. The ‘mention’ is well warranted. Your appreciation of such shows a Grown Man’s status, times a thousand! I wish there were a way for me to propel your blog, then again – I have a feeling I’m not needed in that category… 🙂

      July 19, 2010 at 11:40 pm

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