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Great Icebreakers/Starting Lines for a First Date WWW.I-NETRADIO.COM Oct 22 Wed

Originally posted on I-NETRADIO:
Oct 22 Wed http://WWW.I-NETRADIO.COM DATING: The World’s Greatest Icebreakers on a First Date. Sure Fire Questions to Get Your Date Off to a Good Start  1, 4, 7, 10 PM EDT – 6 PM London – 10 AM San Francisco – 1 AM (Thurs) Malaysia – 8 PM Kiev – 9…

The power of gifts

Originally posted on MetroGirl:
Gifts are means to express love, care and respect towards our loved ones. I’m in love with gifts, and I enjoy more giving them to my loved ones than receiving gifts from them. My husband, my love and life itself is not a very romantic or thoughtful guy (I believe like…

The End of an Email.

Originally posted on theclassicalsurfer:
The end of a recent email to a dear friend. I know how you are feeling about loneliness, Sar. I feel it too… something inside. When I work in the bike shop, like right now I am listening to Norah Jones and am so emotional haha. Sometimes, I think I may…

Imaginary friend

Originally posted on The Page:
For once Melissa and him have the Schöneberg apartment to themselves: Sarah and Helga have gone on a mysterious mission to Istanbul, driving in Helga’s antique Mercedes. Julian is unsure for how long their friends have gone, probably several days, more than enough time to renew their intimacy, and for…


Love Excludes No One

Originally posted on Bill Tonnis Ministries:
Ephesians 3:4-6 When you read this you can understand my insight into the mystery of Christ, which was not made known to human beings in other generations as it has now been revealed to his holy apostles and prophets by the Spirit, that the Gentiles are coheirs, members of…

Scarce Amounts of Love

Originally posted on Esiro Elisamaria's Blog:
I spend a lot of time ragging on myself. It’s not self-loathing, but I am aware of a lot of my flaws and, I try to call myself on them. Perhaps I do this a bit more than is necessary, perhaps I don’t do it enough of the…

Virginia Woolf’s ‘Orlando’: ‘The Longest and Most Charming Love Letter in Literature’

Originally posted on Longreads:
Orlando has long had a towering, and very much deserved, reputation in the LGBT community; it was published the same year Radclyffe Hall’s controversial The Well of Loneliness, depicting lesbianism as a tragic curse, became a bestseller. Woolf’s creation of a figure who effortlessly changes sex casually upends any notion that…