1998 The Great
Another year, another series of new hopes, new anxieties,
and a big bunch of resolutions to cherish or ignore.
Just two more years 'til the Big '00 (and despite what the
pedants would tell is, it really is the rolling over
of the calendar's odometer that makes the difference.)
A smaller than usual selection from the Heart on Sleeve
corner this month, but a review of Garrison Keillor's
latest work and my usual ramble can set things back to
...but things won't be quite normal for me for some time,
because Kirk, Blender-Keeper is in love. (More later,
By d who believes in c, discovering
how physical love can be love.
smell of you
Erin echoes true experience in very few syllables;
a talent too few writers have.
love in a washing machine
By alison, a complaint, a request.
Submitted by firstname.lastname@example.org--
"lovely tingling love"
I Know He Isn't You
By mels email@example.com.
"You've found something better but you're still looking backwards"- yet a note of wistfulness.
Love, Like, Lust.
- Two by Other Authors:
- Phone Call
- By Tom Crawford,
Submitted by mj (firstname.lastname@example.org), a
haunting short piece.
- The Invitation
- By Oriah Mountain Dreamer.
Submitted by Patty D. Meow@mail.1st.net.
An interesting effort to discern what's
important in love.
Heart on Sleeve Corner
- All the remaining heartsongs sent to the Blender last month.
- Ramble Regarding Romance
- Kirk on Relationships and "Things"
- Featured Artist Review
- Garrison's Keillor's new "Wobegon Boy"
- Blender Board
- Feedback and Comments sent in over the past month.
- About the Blender / History
- What it's all about.
- Random Romantic Ripcords
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