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Hook, Line and Sinker: Caught in the Lie of Superficial Sexuality

Sometimes, a single image can spark a week-long stream of thought and argument in my easily excited mind. I’ll ruminate on the subject, argue with myself, cheer myself on, put myself down, and finally, it all builds until it spills out as a blog post. This time, it was this image which showed up inRead More

Why That Viral “Brad Pitt” Love Letter is a Load of Crap

Why That Viral “Brad Pitt” Love Letter is a Load of Crap

You’ve probably seen it circulating online. The love letter Brad Pitt supposedly wrote his wife, Angelina Jolie when they were on the brink of divorce. Scores of people (mostly women) have shared it on Facebook and Twitter, often with the comment, “This is so sweet!” Here’s a snippet of the letter, which can be foundRead More

The Sexiest Thing My Husband’s Ever Said to Me

The Sexiest Thing My Husband’s Ever Said to Me

If you’re like me, when you latch on to a new hobby, you bite down…hard. You’re all consumed with dabbling in your new craft, often at the expense of family and friends. Lately, I can’t seem to pry my camera from my hand. I just keep snapping and snapping and snapping…and I’m sure it’s fairlyRead More

For My Husband on His Birthday: A Few of His Favorite Things

My husband is multi-faceted, but he’s not a complicated man. He likes simple things. So today, on his birthday, I’ve compiled a visual wish list of the things he likes most. If I could give them all to him today, I would. Happy birthday honey!      Read More

He found a wife. I found a friend.

He found a wife. I found a friend.

  When my brother introduced me to his girlfriend Luisa, it seemed very strange. She seemed so…familiar. Had I met her before? No. She was from California, and they’d met on vacation in Mexico. So why, then, did it feel like I’ve always known her? Why did conversation flow so easily? Why did I feelRead More

The Mrs. in the Mirror

The Mrs. in the Mirror

Moms, some days it’s hard to let ourselves be loved exactly how we are. We think he must be up to something when he shows affection. How could he possibly be attracted to this? Doesn’t he see these dark circles? Doesn’t he feel the extra pounds I’ve put on? When we reject ourselves, we canRead More