Love this.

Love the questions it brings up and answers or more questions you answer with.

We’re fed the “get the girl” storyline but never get the “okay, what do we do now” or gray area of “so… what does this mean?”

The photo is also perfect (SO did that myself to worse results) because as simple a question as we thought it was, love or “Like” doesn’t fall into two discernible boxes.

I also love your take on writing about these things: the connecting, the learning, the sharing. I’d further that it’s also part of process of letting go of them.

Seeing ourselves then through the more-lived eyes of us now. Writing to ourselves from the future. Even if no one else reads it and relates to it, we (as writers/humans) connect to ourselves across space and time — and perhaps, accept it.

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