Remember the old AT&T slogan, “Reach out and touch someone”*? Well Mark, I have to say you’ve really simplified that…
…while living with someone, after living alone for decades!
As John and I approach our First Anniversary of living together (this Sunday at 1 a.m., but who’s counting), I thought a little list of what we’ve learned might be in order. To wit:
What a great supper dish: light and healthy, and best of all – I didn’t have to make it!
It’s small. Really small. Scarcely 4′ by 3′ of free floor space, actually.
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“True love is like ghosts, which everyone talks about and few have seen.”
– François de la Rochefoucauld (1613-1680)
Dating. After my marriage ended, this was a whole new concept to me, having been with only one person since the age of 17 until we split when I was 30. I spent a year or two mourning the loss of a partner, and then, in 1977, BANG! I was ready-set-go to find a new one.