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Weekend Update

Well, this weekend it was Carrie’s turn to come up. (I go down to her town once a month; she comes up to my town once a month.) This time, due to last-minute contingencies, she stayed at my house, but we had accountability set up: the pastoral consultant–Rev. Russ Westbrook–as well as his wife and […]

How It Came Down According to Her

Lest you be tempted to think – I’m not going to contradict anything my betrothed has said. I just want to give my side because I can. So . . . starting May 13th, 2008 . . . We exchanged e-mails, I gave him my number, and he called me. That night we talked for […]

Parting Is Such Sweet Sorrow

As Amir has mentioned, we met on the blogosphere. As you can guess from that, this relationship is long-distance. Neither one of us is a huge fan of the distance and we both see marriage as the cure for this ailment. 🙂 Anyhow, I’m blogging for therapy right now. The parting thing completely stinks. We […]

Connections

I just finished dinner. 1 cup lettuce, 1 cup carrots, tbsp Lite Caesar Dressing, 2 crushed homemade hushpuppies (for sustanance, of course 🙂 ). The vegetables did wonders for my psyche. Details will follow – Amir is quite busy right now – but one of the “details” is that this relationship is long-distance. I knew […]

My Desire To Have A Remote Control For My Life

I don’t have a T.V. . When I moved last year, I decided I would not spend money to buy a T.V. . I knew that I would use it as a distraction and to be irresponsible. One of the aspects of T.V. that it makes it so “user friendly” is that they often come […]

On being engaged

One week ago today, someone gave me a very beautiful, breath-taking ring. As the story gets told over and over and over again – “How did he propose? When? Where?” Details, details, details – I’m looking forward to the many, many more stories that will form and be told to our children and grandchildren. Being […]