Category Archives: relationships

Teenage Dream

Do you remember your teenage love? You know, the person that you were so sure you were going to be with forever even though you were a junior or senior in high school and realistically, marriage, was a good 5-10 … Continue reading

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Plain Jane

Plain Jane. Girl Next Door. They pretty much mean the same thing. It’s that girl that you’re friends with but don’t necessarily drool over. You’re comfortable with Plain Jane. You hang out with her, go to the mall, watch movies … Continue reading

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$17 Penalty

My 10-year high school reunion is coming up. It costs $50 for singles and $75 for couples. I feel like couples are getting a buy one ticket, get the second half off deal and I feel like I’m being fined … Continue reading

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How to Treat a Gentleman***

I was recently talking to a male friend about relationships. Somehow we got into a discussion about books on relationships, and I pointed out that many of the books giving out relationship advice focus on men and how to treat … Continue reading

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Measure in Love

I have been reading John Lewis’s memoir, Walking with the Wind, and he describes an incident where young children were marching for equality and were attacked by policemen with water hoses. Months afterwards, the chief of police who was authorized … Continue reading

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If My Life Had a Soundtrack

I love the show Glee. I’ve only watched a few episodes, but I’m hooked and eagerly anticipating a new season of this deliciously addictive sitcom. Whenever a great musical comes out, I find myself wishing that it were more socially … Continue reading

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On Being a Lady

It’s possible to be smart and beautiful. A while back, I blogged about the Ten Things Every Woman Should Do. I still stick to what I said, but I’ve begun to think more and more that there is a clear … Continue reading

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