My pal Robert at Middle Zone Musings has got me pondering my own view of Love.
I don’t really think I can make a good assessment just off the cuff, so I’ve decided to revisit my own archives, to see what I think, and present my findings in easy-to-read, oh-so-romantic, bullet points.
What I Learned from Love-ish-ness
- It’s good to like nude things, particularly your own nude thing.
- There is THE ONE, the one we never get over.
- In love and lust, tastes change. This comes from new information, seeing Broadway plays, and finding out John Schneider is born again.
- Just because you have a yen for snackfood doesn’t make you a bad wife.
- After you leave, you can’t go back.
- Love means never having to say you are wrong. I should know!
- Place love is as powerful as person love.
- You’ll love some friends more than you can ever explain.
- In love, there is loneliness and heartbreak. People leave. What hurts is still beautiful.
- Both people in the relationship are having a completely different experience. Which explains why reconnecting on Facebook is so weird.
- All straight relationships are made better and more interesting with the addition of a few excellent gays.
- The ultimate way to say I love you is still, in my mind, the mix tape.
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