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and, internet? it's "bawling", not "balling"
I'm finally reading One Day. It had been on my PBS wish list for months, and I finally scored a copy.

I was about 50 pages or so in, and I didn't think I was all that invested, but then Dexter forgot to mail the letter asking Emma to visit him in India and I was like ARE YOU KIDDING ME????

So I guess I'm a little more invested than I thought.

Saturday when I was supposed to be watching football, I read Love is a Mix Tape, which had me in tears. I guess I have this thing about young widowers... I bawled all the way through How to Talk to a Widower, start to finish, no lie. D saw me wiping my face and was like "wth is wrong with you?" and told me to stop reading such sad books. Do guys not get that we girls like a good cathartic cry now and then?

Current Mood: weird weird
Current Music: stay--shakespears sister

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serena_b From: serena_b Date: October 26th, 2010 10:56 pm (UTC) (Link)
Cathartic cries are the best kind. Maybe that's what I need....a really good wailing session. Hmm.

I can't think about young widowers without thinking about my friend's brother. He's only like...35 or 36...and his wife passed away two weeks after having a their baby. So, all of those kinda books and movies seem not too far off now.
mellowcandle From: mellowcandle Date: October 27th, 2010 05:03 pm (UTC) (Link)
Yeah, it can freak you out when it happens to someone you know. D's best friend's sister died a few years ago, leaving behind her husband and young son, and it puts things in a "wow, that could happen to us" kind of mind.

Even so, I like reading stories about that. I don't know why.
2 pathetic excuses or justify your existence