The Go Red For Women Luncheon is on Valentine's Day February 14th and it will be at the Shreveport Convention Center. For information on tickets, sponsorship, or volunteer opportunities contact Laura Landman at the American Heart Association at (318)218-1376 or visit the website here.
On one hand, you finally have vindication for all the times you were accused of "complaining too much." On the other hand, Assistant professor Sue uses the term "immunologically inferior," to describe men in his study - so I'm sure you'll hear that phrase again.
34% of Women and 62% of men have admitted to checking their partners cell phone or social media and read through messages. Many people claim their partners pay more attention to their phones than to them when they're together. Have you done the same?
According to KSLA, in South Carolina a waitress received a not so nice tip from a couple she had been serving. The note said: "Thank you for your excellent service today – your a good waitress. Heres your tip: The woman's place is in the home...