So, for the past several months I have been using an online dating service called Plenty of Fish   [caption id="attachment_13678" align="aligncenter" width="150"] Online dating site, for free.[/caption]   (POF), yes cute title I know but a little deceiving. [caption id="attachment_13675" align="alignleft" width="119"] Sounds like music to the single person's...

[caption id="attachment_7505" align="alignleft" width="300"]My daddy and me My daddy and me[/caption] Since losing my father at the age of 14, the fear of losing my mother has challenged me in many different ways. I was extremely close with my dad and his sudden death at the end of my grade eight year left me with a tremendous sense of loss and fear. I struggled with separation anxiety as a young child (from 4 until the age of 11) and this tragedy only resurfaced all of those fears.

So, the time has come again where I attended and event… however, this time I was invited as someones guest. [caption id="attachment_3716" align="alignright" width="150"] It seems as though this is the only date I've experienced in a while![/caption] Not just anyone's guest, but I went with cousin. Yup,...

To put it lightly, being 27, single and attending an event where the ages range from 12 to 75 is rather challenging. So, to put you all at ease, and to let you know how it all went down, I encourage you to read this brief and to the point passage.

  The way I see it, there are few advantages to being single at this point in life. However, to my loyal readers, last blog I promised I would write about the positive side of being single. So, I did some soul searching, asked some friends and came up with a few things that I would consider as being positive.