Question of the Week #277

When it comes to love, is intensity or permanence more important to you? Would you embark on a long and wonderful love that you knew would end in painful betrayal? Look... I'm sure I'm the last person who should be answering this question. I've never been in a position where I have loved someone and … Continue reading Question of the Week #277

Question of the Week #276

While walking in the park, you see a stranger and realize with absolute certainty that if you go over and introduce yourself, the two of you will fall in love more deeply than you even imagine possible. But you also know that in 6 months the person will be hit by a bus and killed. … Continue reading Question of the Week #276

Question of the Week #207

Do you enjoy sleeping in physical contact with your lover? Lover? Ugh... That word bums me out unless it's between "meat" and "pizza." Well, personally, for me, the only way this question would become relevant would be if I were to get married. And since I'm not married, nor have I ever been, it's all … Continue reading Question of the Week #207

A to Z Challenge – We Bought a Zoo

We Bought a Zoo 2011 Directed by Cameron Crowe Quick Synopsis... In this adaptation of Benjamin Mee's memoir about buying and saving a run-down zoo, the locale shifts from Britain to southern California. However, the wacky spirit of the original is retained, complete with escaped tigers and a zoo crew of misfits. Meet the Mee family. … Continue reading A to Z Challenge – We Bought a Zoo

A to Z Challenge – Hitch

Hitch 2005 Directed by Andy Tennant Quick Synopsis... Smooth and sexy Hitch helps clueless clients make a great first impression with their dates so they can get to the second date. But when a lovely gossip reporter starts nosing around his business, Hitch has to figure out a whole new strategy to love. Right away, this … Continue reading A to Z Challenge – Hitch

A to Z Challenge – Field of Dreams

Field of Dreams 1989 Directed by Phil Alden Robinson Quick Synopsis... Kevin Costner stars as an Iowa farmer who hears a mysterious voice telling him to turn his cornfield into a baseball diamond. He does, but the voice's directions don't stop -- even after the spirits of deceased ballplayers turn up to play. James Earl Jones … Continue reading A to Z Challenge – Field of Dreams

Dedicated

I should preface this by saying that I really don't listen to the radio that much. This puts me at quite the disadvantage whenever anyone brings up whatever the latest chart toppers might be or what artists the cool kids are all listening to these days. Maybe it's a byproduct of getting older, but I'm … Continue reading Dedicated

Fitting In

Disclaimer: I'm gonna get kind of introspective here. I want to make it clear that nothing that's written below is a reflection on any of the people around me. This post is just about me and something I'm struggling with these days. I've gone through a number of fairly major changes in the last couple … Continue reading Fitting In

Question of the Week #159

If you had the choice of one intimate soulmate and no other close friends, or of no such soulmate and many friends and acquaintances, which would you choose? If I believed in the idea of soulmates, it would probably be easier to answer this question. There's a part of me that really likes this idea … Continue reading Question of the Week #159

I’m Gonna Die Alone

Before we get into this post, it's important to note that I wrote this way back around the beginning of May. I wrote it because it was therapeutic. I didn't immediately post it because I didn't necessarily want the person who winds up being the subject of this post (even though there are no names … Continue reading I’m Gonna Die Alone