I am going through a relationship crisis/probably breakup right now and this is so true for me: "I wanted somebody to love me completely so I wouldn’t have to." I've always expected relationships to fix me--even though intellectually I know this is not possible. I'm about to turn 45 and I keep having to learn the same lesson. I wish I could have written this beautiful essay.
@T A@twitter The writer did go back and ask the original gift giver--she couldn't remember but thought it was probably an Hermes scarf. Oops.
Ahhhh so many horoscopes lately have been right on. Especially this one (Capricorn). The work is hard, but I am doing it. No other choice really.
Oh boy I needed this today. Not pregnant, but dealing with the same kind of emotional immaturity in my . . . boyfriend? Ex-boyfriend? I don't know because he won't communicate with me. I will try to keep your last panel in mind.
"I was thinking this would be just us/ladies only." Problem solved. Friends have said that to me and I have been just fine with it.
I wasn't wondering what had happened to Atoosa Rubenstein, but after reading this I had to find out: running something called Big Momma Productions.
I once styled and wrote a fashion piece for a major city paper. One guy took the time to find my email address and write me a note, which started out "I may be a guy and not know anything about fashion, but . . . " and then proceeded to tell me how stupid my looks were. Well, I can say he was right about not knowing anything about fashion.
Your mom did women a great service. But it's so depressing such an accomplished and self-made woman was paid SO unequally. If that was the case with her, think about the boat that the rest of us must be in. I'm going to spend the rest of the long weekend stewing about this.
Agree with everything but the high-waisted shorts. As someone with a long torso and shorter legs, I think they are amazing.
My ideal wedding is the one that happens before I hit menopause (cough cough, longtime boyfriend!).