"Though I know I'll never lose affection For people and things that went before I know I'll often stop and think about them In my life, I'll love you more." The Beatles "I can't live if living is without you." Mariah Carey "A widow's refusal of a lover is seldom so explicit as to exclude hope." Samuel Richardson All of us have romantic predicaments; widows (and widowers) seem to have even more. And if they find another lover, while still loving their late spouse, how can these two lovers reside together in their hearts?
For widows, is loving again worth the effort of having to adjust to another person?
From curious cats to overexcited dogs, sometimes our furry friends just can't help getting themselves into scrapes.
Now a Facebook page devoted to Animals In Predicaments has racked up more than 1.2 million followers eager to appreciate the joy of cats covered in Polystyrene and birds being alarmed by bananas.
It’s that we are dating in pursuit of someone we can love so that we can marry.
When I stepped outside for a moment, the host grabbed my wrist. “But he thinks you would never go for him,” she continued. What part of me talking to him for a few hours seemed to suggest that I wasn’t interested? I laughed in confusion: This was a book launch party in the middle of the week; it was about as wild as it was going to get for me.
Julie Nashawaty was in a situation to many other singles living in Boston; she was trying out the online dating scene.
After a string of bad dates, she met someone she clicked with.
Any interference with a dog's pride and joy - its fur coat - is naturally a predicament of the highest order, including a sad Dalmatian who had his spots 'enhanced' to look like spiders, and a Siberian Husky who ended up with no coat after a visit to the groomers.
From a cat taking a nap in barbed wire to a canine buried under an avalanche of hot dog buns (and the pun was intended) these photos prove that one animals' misfortune is a human's comedy gold.