Twenty epiphanies. One night alone on the Twitterverse.

  1. If you’re still checking their Twitter TL, Facebook or Instagram, you’re not over them. Truth. 2. Letting yourself be vulnerable with someone is incredibly frightening. And most times, completely worth it. 3. If someone treats you badly and you let them, you’re the abuser. Not them. 4. I am learning that shallowness, like depth […]

Baby, you tweet so good.

On the 7th of March, Kathleen tweeted one of her brain-bendingly profound, part-irreverent, part-lush thoughts that began with the word, “Baby…” Something got me. To speak of such tenderness with the flippant sexiness of a term like, “Baby,” just struck the arousal cord in me. It’s the G spot of the brain. At once, I was […]

Left to our own devices: a case for less technology, more life

“We expect more from technology and less from one another and seem increasingly drawn to technologies that provide the illusion of companionship without the demands of relationship. ” – Sherry Turkle As a people, we have lost the fundamental instinct that we will just be there for each other. We talk less and less with […]