Let's face it. Valentine's Day can be really taxing. There's pressure from all sides. For those in an undefined relationship, there's pressure to commit. For those in a committed relationship, there's pressure to out-buy, and out-perform. Finally, for those who aren't in relationships, there's the onslaught of happily committed couples around every corner, oozing affection, … Continue reading For Daniel: Year Two, The Story of Us
A pebble in my shoe, very much like a single pea beneath the mattress of a princess—that's what wrong love always felt like to me.
Ignorant, yet well-meaning people. Is there anyone in the world so dangerously unaware?
Here's something I never thought I'd say: I am incredibly grateful for my time of singleness.
So, I'm engaged. You can't tell this virtually, but right now I'm pausing for applause... and to give my grand-childless mother the opportunity to stop her wild, jubilant weeping. I didn't know whether or not I should do an "engagement post," because: a) most of the engagement announcement blogs I've seen are incredibly cheesy, and b) … Continue reading Daniel + Kayla
You were always the standard, and now, you are mine.
Long distance relationships are no walk in the park... probably because you don't get to do things together like walking in the park.
Life is not a rom-com, and you do not have to make a move on everyone you're attracted to.
We're all grown ups here. Why couldn't exes be friends?
It has been said, the people we love the most will wound us the worst. But what if there's an element of necessity to that?