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Insecurity Blanket

When I was 24, my boyfriend at the time took me on a mini overnighter to a rainy, northern town.  He’d surprised me the night before by telling me to pack my bags.  I was smitten.  I bought new underwear & knew that this trip was going to be magic. It wasn’t.  The best thing […]

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The Deep End Of The Dating Pool

In my early 20’s, after my first serious relationship had breathed its last, I marathon watched a whole lot of episodes of Sex & The City.  I lived vicariously through the 30-something ladies who trudged their way through dating in … Continue reading

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You’re (Maybe) (Definitely Not) (Probably?) The One.

I am 31. I have been a bridesmaid in 7 weddings. At all of these weddings I’ve witnessed the same thing. Tulle & disposable cameras & the professing that they have married ‘The One.’ I think you’re already getting it … Continue reading

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An Open Letter About My True Companion.

I lived in Alaska once. I stayed there for a few years because I was in love with a boy. One day he brought a giant white dog home who was headed for the shelter. The boy & I & … Continue reading

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