“I have impeccable eyes and impeccable hearing, and it has a lot to do with genetics, but it also has a lot to do with how I take care of myself.
-- on newsstands now -- the 72-year-old gives an update on how her search is going!
I’m just now getting around to it for a couple reasons. Overall, it’s not a bad profile by any means, and she clearly knows her way around the grammar rules, but there are certainly changes that I’d recommend making. She loves “learning” and “trying new things.” What do you like to learn, and what kinds of things do you like to try? She also uses a few empty adjectives, like “curious” and “fun.” This is where the concept of “show don’t tell” comes into play. And her description of what she’s looking for in a partner is spot on.
After recently writing and publishing my book, “Living the Good Long Life,” I was reminded how central good relationships are to happiness and longevity. I’m told that I’m a specific person, and that the efficiency of online dating might be a good way for me to find that needle in the haystack. Given that most of us know her story, I might even recommend poking fun at herself by saying something like, “…and who relishes adventure and new experiences as much as I do…
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We each had places to go; he did not ask me to go with him to the second place. Then he just got up and said he had to run, and he ran out and didn’t pay! I steal American slices sometimes—in the plastic, it’s so horrible. I eat pickled herring as a late-night snack before I go to bed because it’s savory and good. I love squeezing it out of the tube and just eating calves' liverwurst. The key is to remember that a proactive and positive approach to online dating will lead to the most success.Despite dabbling in online dating last year, domestic diva Martha Stewart, 72, is still looking for love.She received more than 1,000 requests within a couple of hours of signing up, The New York Post reported.“She turned off the filter where the messages go directly to her e-mail,” a source close to Stewart told The Post.Why save the traditional Just Married sign for your car-aided exit?