Tag: love

  • “Newsletter: Month One Hundred and Eight” by Heather Armstrong (Dooce) “Even if this hand right here grows to be as big as a house, it will still be a perfect hand.” You giggled and shook your head. “I won’t be able to pick up a spoon and eat cereal if my hand is THAT big.”…

  • Maybe when we’re born, there is a hole in our heart, and it’s already a certain shape. Meanwhile, our personalities are like uncut keys, but every experience begins to whittle us away. (Leave us damaged?) And so, in our youth, we are able to fit into many hearts, or be fit into by many keys.…

  • Love is playing Prometheus, strapping yourself to the side of the mountain and sewing up your own side so the birds might pick at you afresh. – fellow writer and former ABNA contestant Eric at My Heart’s Porch

  • As you may or may not know, Andy’s been quite busy at work lately, doing two jobs instead of one, because he accepted a new role but hasn’t been replaced at the old one yet. This will end in December, but for the past couple of months he’s been very busy and more stressed and…

  • Tonight, two girls boarded two planes headed for two boys in two states. One couple is engaged to be married. The other is split up. And yet perhaps the “broken” couple is just as close as the other. I thought of these two girls as I drove home tonight. Their excitement, their true emotions, and…