The truth is – you don’t always know why someone has cut off a relationship, and they are under no obligation to explain to you.
Announcing the ReReadathon winner.
I love rereading books. Getting to hang out with characters and experience their stories all over again. Some of my favorite books have been reread dozens of times.
I don’t know about you, but I love rereading books! One of the marks of a really great book, for me, is that I can read it over and over again and enjoy it just as much (or more!) every time I finish.
A Year in the Life highlights all of the character issues with the original show, then multiplies them by two!
This is not solely a male phenomenon, but it is definitely accepted as a cultural truth that men are simpler and women are more complex, and therefore there is an inherent communication divide that can never be bridged.
Sometimes a movie or show will hit hard with truths and give a concise picture of a reality you felt in the back of your mind but couldn’t quite place a finger on.
I guess Rory’s continual bad relationships aren’t that surprising, considering she had her disaster of a mother to learn from.
“Am I a terrible person?” – Rory Gilmore
My husband and I just recently finished watching The Office from start to finish for the first time, and we really enjoyed it. I especially liked Jim and Pam’s relationship, because it just felt so genuine.