Tonight hottie Josie provides us with just a bit of late night inspiration on the topic of life and love.
With V-day coming up . . . We realize that COVID has damaged most relationships — Many beyond repair.
Consumer powered media demands couples venture out and spend their cash.
HOWEVER, we notice that folks lucky enough to be in long-term relationships understand that contradicting popular sentiment might be the key to survival.
Real talk . . .
Deep dives on cities, architecture, design, real estate, and urban planning. When my friends Brittany Mytnik, 28, and Ben Nicolaysen, 27, come home from work, they like to cook dinner together and talk about their days. They're like most couples in that way.
Of course, there's more than enough bad advice on the topic of love to go around.
This pandemic has been a roller coaster. Some people have lost loved ones, and there's been loneliness during lockdowns. It's also been a chance for people to meet others in unique ways and find new passions. Whatever the case, everyone could use a little love.
On a related note regarding this heartbreaking plague . . .
KANSAS CITY, Mo. - While COVID-19 cases are plummeting around the country and in the Kansas City metro, doctors are seeing a rise in another case. It's called "Broken Heart Syndrome" and it has nothing to do with a bad break-up. Health experts say it can be triggered by sudden stressful or emotional situations.
Still, we want this post to be bittersweet and not melancholy . . . And so . . . For lovelorn souls we share some of our favorite lonely heart songs.
First things first, our title track . . .
Kanye deserves credit for understanding the power of excellent rotoscoping . . .
Bieber and Gen Z seem pretty sad. And given a recent shooting outside of his concert. We understand their bad mood . . .
A politically charged missive on loneliness makes us giggle . . .
A classic from "the king" of rock & roll provides our conclusion . . .
As always, thanks for reading this week and have a safe and fun Saturday night.