Meet Lucinda. She just finished watching Bridgerton on Netflix and now she has nothing else to live for. She’s binged it for the last 3 days and now Lucinda is hot and bothered, and despises modern life. Oh how she yearns for a nobleman who has gobs of money and estates, never seems to have to work and yet somehow knows how to hold his own in any fight. Is that too much to ask??? She’s even been speaking in a Madonna/Dorit hybrid British accent, and has been so demure that her husband keeps asking her what’s wrong. And now she wants tiny boobs but that ship has sailed. Her best friend is having to practically pin her down to prevent her from cutting bangs that end 3 inches above her eyebrows. Lucinda is already planning her trip to England for when this pandemic lets up. Her husband has certainly benefited from her Bridgerton viewing, if you know what I mean, and she’s been awfully animated during their lovemaking. Which has also prompted him to ask what’s wrong. Oh why can’t they have the passion of Daphne and Simon??? Oh well. A lady mustn’t allow impropriety to taint the marital union (did you hear the British accent?). She’ll have to wait for season 2!
Meet Elizabeth. She has a giant Goldendoodle, Charles, whose exuberance for life can be endearing for some, but downright dangerous for others. Upon greeting newcomers to her home, Charles immediately jumps up to lick their faces - sometimes springing up into the air and crashing into their nose.
She goes into the pool restroom barefoot. She worked a stint in the infant room at a daycare center and was completely unphased by the diaper changing and poop getting on her fingers. Bodily fluids do not bother Judes, regardless of whether they come from human or animal.
Now that she's in her thirties, and still single, she finds it a bit harder to endure her romantic ideals but she will not give up hope! Surely there is a gorgeous man out there who loves to talk about his feelings, monogamy, loves to buy little presents for no reason, would totally get her sense of humor,