Another weekend, another chick flick. Even if you saw it when it was in theaters. Which wasn’t that long ago…
Based on a self-help book of the same name, and apparently further inspired by a line from Sex and the City (which I am mercifully not forced to watch), He’s Just Not That Into You is a typical chick flick/rom-com, masquerading as a tell-all exposé on the inner-workings of what guys are really thinking, which in reality plays out a lot more like just another chick flick/rom-com written by a woman that thinks she knows what guys are really thinking Continue reading
Do you ever read the “dedications” section of a book? You know, that section right after the copyright page? I used to just gloss over it, anxious to get to the story. But lately I have been experimenting with that section. I like good book dedications. And I think I am onto something. You can tell a lot, both about a book and its author, by what or who the author dedicates his book to. Continue reading
So many people are looking for love. Puzzling about the definition of love. Hoping to understand the meaning of love. Dreaming of the day they will find true love. Who knew it could be as simple as this? Continue reading
What do you need to know for your permit test? Perhaps a little more than you need to know for the do what you are test.
Anyway, as far as driving…
My story is a little different.
This is actually fresher in my mind than it is for a lot of people. That’s because I didn’t get my driver’s license until I was almost nineteen (it’s a long story) (actually, it’s not that long; I went to high school outside the country, and you had to be eighteen to get your license; I did have a moped, though, and it was AWESOME!) So, when I got back stateside, I finally had a chance to get my hands on that elusive license. I did some practice driving in this sweet old Buick my parents had, not a ton, but enough to get the general idea. I didn’t mess around with a drivers education or driver safety course. I didn’t even get a learner’s permit. “How hard could it be?” I thought. “Learning to drive is easy!” Continue reading
There are probably as many definitions of “love” as there are relationships. Generally, you have romantic love, familial love, self-love, platonic love, and any number of permutations in between. But when you talk about “in love,” as in, “being in love,” the question arises “can you be ‘in love’ with more than one person?” Continue reading