Monthly Archives: December 2011

Christmas

Michelle is coming with me to Pennsylvania for Christmas and to meet my family. (Don’t worry, I Googled her extensively to see if she’s writing a blog behind my back and we’re in the clear.) I went back and read … Continue reading

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Not Talking to Not Strangers

This actually happened last month but with all that’s been going on, I’m just relaying the story now. It’s actually a kind of the opposite of what I’m normally trying to do here since it involved not being able to … Continue reading

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Elevator Girl

It was like a movie. I was leaving for the night, the elevator doors opened, and there she was. It was so perfect that even Michelle had to laugh. I got in. I was about to say something. I was … Continue reading

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From T.

I’ve gotten so many wonderful comments and emails, I wanted to share one (with his permission): Hi “Talk to Strangers” author, I’m writing to you right now because I want to thank you now that I can still do it … Continue reading

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What Am I Doing?

One tweet by a certain famous TV mogul has sent the readership skyrocketing. And while it’s really cool to know that more people are engaged in the project, it’s also caused me to really reflect on my feelings and motivations … Continue reading

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Michelle Speaks (to Me)

Michelle called last night. We talked for an hour. Still haven’t seen her in person since Thanksgiving, but I’ll take what I can get. Here’s the crux of the problem. This relationship is not a trivial matter and we both … Continue reading

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To Michelle

Dear Michelle, I hope you are reading this because it’s my only way of communicating with you since you won’t return my calls or emails. First of all, I want to apologize. I should have told you about the blog. … Continue reading

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