I remember everything.Every. Single. Thing.All the things I never should have committed to memory.I remember every touch. Every ripple of laughter unfurling from my open smile. Every lean in that made my breath catch in my throat. All the comfortable silences. The things I instinctively knew before we uttered them. The melodies of every song … Continue reading Glory Box
I can’t help but wonder sometimes just how stupid people think we are. It seems, to varying degrees, but certainly more intensely during the election cycles that grow longer and longer with each campaign, that people in positions of power and prestige think we will buy whatever it is they polish into a pretty PR … Continue reading Paying for Prostitutes, Flaccid Penises, and War: Your Tax Dollars at Work
“I am tired of dating dreamers,” my friend sighs over the top of a champagne flute, clearly exasperated and a twinge depressed. In the interest of transparency I will admit I was well on my way to the bottom of a carafe of mimosas, so I wasn’t entirely sure I was hearing her correctly.“You’re tired … Continue reading Wait, you CAN Knock the Hustle?
“That’s what makes it so easy for me to be 85% happy for Chandler and Monica.”(Joy will get that joke.)Over the last few months, and increasingly since the actual wedding last weekend, I have gotten asked some variation of the same question from friends, family, co-workers, random baristas at Starbucks to whom I gushed about … Continue reading On Friendship and Marriage