Oh my god thank you. This is exactly what I needed to hear - “Go, because you want to,” writes Strayed, “Because wanting to leave is enough.”
OMG I want to hear all the divorcée gossip. Also the nurses. But also Monica Lewinsky, because I love reading about crazy historical shenanigans, and she's definitely part of them.
Has anyone else read The Harding Affair, about Pres. Warren G. Harding's pre-WWI affair with the German spy? Dude wrote some seriously steamy love letters, and would give Nicholas Sparks the vapors.
1. Got a sweet job out of nowhere with the best boss anyone could ask for
2. Got a kitten!
3. Read The Baroque Cycle.
I am not mentioning all of the awfulness that was 2013. I am so ready for it to be over, this whole year was so much heartbreak, and with so much variety.
Oh my goodness. I've never seen this show, but this is what I'm watching next. Thank you for sharing this, such a powerful analysis.
I didn't know I needed her help. But I did. Thank you, Beyonce. xoxo
This is such a lovely piece! I'm an atheist, but struggle to explain some of my feminist and pro-religion views to people (read: my angsty gentleman). She has a graceful, eloquent, honest way with words, and I need that in my life.
Thank you for doing this interview!
I love this too. It's beautiful and I think describes a very common feeling, even if we don't all take it so far. Retail therapy was one of my fondest indulgences when I was homeless, and I so very much looked forward to saving up enough for just one tiny thing to make myself feel better. It matters. It so very much does.
I'm glad it's here, and not on the Billfold, because the comments would just be reaming her for her choices.
On "Laughing Through the Tears": Talking With Jessie Kahnweiler About Her Dark Comedy, Meet My Rapist
God, this whole thing was perfect. "Can you give me a ride? You kinda owe me one." The parents. The totally awful friend. The therapist - "Nobody wants to marry a rape victim." Just so perfect. Thank you for doing this interview and posting the film.
I really wish they had Get The Fuck Over It pills though.
@Onymous Mazdas are awesome. Take it to get its oil changed before you buy it - most places will give the car a once-over and tell you about anything egregiously wrong, plus you just got the oil changed and you don't have to worry about that for a few months. It's like $20-40, and cheaper than taking it to a mechanic, etc.
Source: Bought a car, took it for an oil change, they found a zillion things wrong with it, car didn't last 6 months.
@PomoFrannyGlass That's kiiiiind of weird. On the one hand, there's the black-out wasted-faceness, and on the other, there's your ex. Is there an apology anywhere from your friend? I feel like, while not a Time Machine, an apology would help.
You should go for a drive somewhere scenic with lots of uninterrupted highway.