Things I’ve Learned Dating in the Rocky Mountains

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I’ve been in the Rocky Mountains for seven years, now, and along with a whole new set of wrinkles, living here has taught me a lot about life.

I’ve learned not to ask a guy I’m dating how many guns he owns. Because it’s a loaded question. And there have been a few cases where I don’t want to know the answer if I’m ever questioned by the FBI. I’ve learned about red beer, but I…

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Wendy Cohan

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Exploring personal growth, relationships, and writing as craft. Seeking representation. https://twitter.com/CohanWriter https://www.facebook.com/WendyCohanWrite

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