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January 23, 2015
"I Can't Stand How Much I Love You."

"Mommy, I love you so much. Sometimes I can't stand how much I love you. It's like I love you just too, too much." He's every bit my child. Hyperbolic superlatives are not lost on us. "Actually, Mommy, I don't think I could ever love you too much. Right? There is no such thing as […]

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November 10, 2014
You Might Not Know You're Sexy.

"You are an unbelievably sexy woman." "No, no, I'm not." "You are." "I'm not." "Why are you arguing?" "Because I promise you, I am not. I know myself, and sexy is not in my wheelhouse." "You don't know yourself then." "Listen. My entire life, this has always been true: in a room filled with women, […]

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November 15, 2013
Sometimes, it can't happen this side of Heaven.

There's a knot in my stomach because I'd rather keep these words hidden in my journal, but I think I need to post them.  God, I send these words out in your name, that they may land where you will have these seeds planted. Here goes.   Some relationships cannot and should not be restored this […]

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July 15, 2013
Danny Tanner

I'm at the White Chocolate Grill.  I haven't been here since I came with Robb.  For a moment I thought I was sitting in the same table, but I think that's only because I can so easily imagine him across from me.   That doesn't happen very much anymore.  That sweet ache of an almost […]

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July 11, 2013
Foreword Afterthought: Basketballs and Defining Relationships

Foreword Afterthought:  I don't write about the people I date, have dated, will date. If I go out with him, my respect for him is both implicit and explicit: he will feel my respect in my actions, and the world will see my respect in my words. When I wrote this piece, I aimed to […]

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April 23, 2013
Foregone Conclusion

"Tricia, you seem to write and think and talk about marriage as if it's definitely going to happen. Like it's a foregone conclusion." Actually, that's exactly what it is. I know I'll marry again. I know this with an absurd sense of clarity and assurance. "So does that mean you're seeing someone?" Nope. But one […]

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March 15, 2013
Classiest Breakup Ever

That's a good man who will buy a cup of coffee for the girl whom he believes is about to break up with him. I didn't intend to break any hearts in this season of my life.  I did not.  But sometimes I just know that I know I can't continue down this path without […]

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