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relationships

The Honeymooners

May 2, 2012

“What do people without children do on the weekends?” Seth asks. His legs are extending over the ottoman. “I have no idea.” It’s been one week since our spontaneous back yard wedding and we still have the honeymoon glow. We’re both so happy, in spite of a few external forces that have presented themselves–a change […]

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On healing a broken heart.

December 11, 2011

The auditorium is full. We have all been called here for a special event, an hour assembly featuring a guest speaker. A woman walked onto the stage with a man. The two were here to tell us about sex, or I should say – to tell us why we shouldn’t have sex. After the man […]

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Romance vs. Love: What’s the difference?

November 23, 2011

I always pick books up, read a chapter or two, set them down for weeks and then pick them back up later to read a few more. If you recall a few posts back I recommended Gloria Steinem’s Revolution from Within. And as usual, I then didn’t finish it… but a few nights ago I […]

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A lesson in love

October 12, 2011

Based on the flurry of comments to my last post, many of which are expressing concern about my “patterns” my “being in love with love” and my son’s future psychological health, I feel like one response in a post will be easier than individually. First, I completely and absolutely understand your concerns and your fears. […]

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Love and rear view mirrors.

April 9, 2011

I didn’t take enough pictures. And I didn’t network enough, or attend enough panels and I didn’t rest enough. But enough with everything I didn’t do. I did meet a new friend. A friend I have had virtually through Twitter for years. And, as always, it never ceases to amaze me at how absolutely beautiful, […]

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A line of b.s.

February 28, 2011

My mother took off with Benjamin on Monday. It is always sporadic and unplanned, his mini-vacations to Grandma’s. Depends on her schedule, which varies from week to week. She’s a free spirit and always reminding me that the unplanned can be quite nice. Had I planned for a week sans Benjamin there would have been […]

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No book, wedding plans and co-habitiation.

November 8, 2010

Short north columbus wedding dress boutique Short north columbus wedding dress boutique After finishing up a photo shoot for a client in the Short North today I couldn’t help but pop into Big Rock, Little Rooster to say “hello” to the dress I’m considering. That dress is in one of these photographs. Obviously, I can’t […]

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Trips and Titles

October 24, 2010

Short north columbus wedding dress boutique Short north columbus wedding dress boutique After finishing up a photo shoot for a client in the Short North today I couldn’t help but pop into Big Rock, Little Rooster to say “hello” to the dress I’m considering. That dress is in one of these photographs. Obviously, I can’t […]

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8 Days

September 12, 2010

Went to the grand opening party of this ridiculously awesome t-shirt company. Homage. They’re based in Columbus but sell to the world on their website, Homage.com. Has absolutely nothing to do with single motherhood, but has everything to do with cool. And the t-shirts are SO cozy. I bought a size small Cleveland is THE […]

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Something Missing

August 28, 2010

I have lost myself again. I am 10 pages deep into a journal from the 11th grade. I snap out of my self-induced memory trip, thank the cosmos for letting me survive high school, and stuff the journal tightly into the box. It fits perfectly next to the picture of my sister and I in […]

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