Save the Last Dance

You know how people say they never forget where they were or what they were wearing when something life-changing happens? Sometimes, it’s hearing tragic news on the radio while sitting in rush hour, or answering an important phone call while bundled up in sweats and a Snuggie. For me, it was dancing with you to […]

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By the Light of Darkness

The hood light was on in the kitchen, reaching far enough to just graze the entryway with its soft yellow glow. After stepping through the front door, flipping on the light switch would be optional. Navigating your way down the hall, through the living room and into the bedroom would be easy enough. Or—even better—the […]

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A Lesson in Thermodynamics

I used to think romantic relationships were built on matching Top-10 lists: favorite foods/tracks/presidents/numbers–anything that I didn’t want to have to disagree with someone else on. I assumed if you found someone whose fingers you wouldn’t have to incessantly shoo from the radio dial, you could figure out the rest. You could spend the time […]

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