I mean if someone said, "Hey, I want to take you on a Cruise for your birthday" you would be excited. It just so happens that our "cruise" was to Billings, rather than someplace tropic with beaches. Although, lets be honest the Bozeman Pass can be breathtaking, so you can add beautiful scenery to the list as well.
Music legend Paul McCartney, 69, will wed New York businesswoman Nancy Shevell at his farm in Sussex, England this weekend.
“It will be a small, intimate wedding,” a source said. “It’s going to be very elegant and classic … They are having a big party in New York to celebrate later on.”
Should long-time bachelor “roommates” Bert and Ernie tie the knot?
LGBT activist Lair Scott thinks so, and he has created on online petition on Change.org which requests that Sesame Street and PBS allow the pair to wed. According to the petition, such a matrimony would help teach kids that homophobia is not OK.
Asking the woman he loves to marry him may be one of the scariest things a man will do in his lifetime. Not only is there a lot of pressure on a guy to make that magic moment a memorable one but the fear of rejection must be nerve-racking.
Creativity is key in securing a 'yes' from that special someone.
Who says men don't like to cuddle? Not the Kinsey Institute.
The group that studies human sexuality recently asked 1,009 heterosexual middle-aged and older couples in long-term relationships about how satisfied they are with their relationships and sex lives. The results may surprise you.
When the lady of the house gets a poor night’s sleep, her marriage suffers. However, the same does not hold true if it’s the fellow who spends his night counting sheep in frustration.
Researchers from the University of Pittsburgh observed 35 healthy married couples’ sleeping habits over a 10-day period. With the help of a device called an actigraph, they were able to chart how well they slept, a
Bello Maasaba is what you might call a ladies' man.
Maasaba is an Islamic faith healer in Niger who has married 107 women and fathered a whopping 185 children. Polygamy is common in the African country, but Maasaba's tally is high even by that nation’s standards.