--Mo, Feb 14 2000
Blender of Love Digest March 2000

The News

This past Valentine's Day I asked Mo to marry me (actually, she made me keep asking until I remembered to put it in the form of a question) so being the kind of Kirk-centric Blender-Keeper I am I decided to make an announcement of it here... it's what the Ramble is about as well.

No date yet, but I'll keep you informed--

--Kirk, Blender-Keeper,
   Luckiest Guy In The World,
   General goofball,

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Olden Days By julie.
There is a certain mysticism in cornbread.
full circle
Two by kevin urenda, [kluless70@hotmail.com], one of the more prolific authors here. Kevin has a seriously tender way with words.
Reading Latin By Toklas.
Toklas is the most consistent bringer of magic to the Blender.
Done in
Misti has made her reputation here with longer works, but this month I think it may be her shorter works that have the most grace.
My Story By Neva V. Hacker.
Submitted by Misti Velvet Rainwater. A poem from My World, My Fingerhold, My Bygod Apple
What I Felt By Ryan
A work by a cousin of Misti... (I'm not doing this on purpose I swear).
traffic By the guppy.
What a close, the last three lines are amazing.
Prism, Light Defracted By poetwench. [poetwench60@aol.com]
Speaking of magic...
bf + mm By Madison.
8 By e e cummings.
Submitted by Echolocation.
Heart on Sleeve Corner
All the remaining heartsongs sent to the Blender last month.

Ramble Regarding Romance
Kirk bets that a picture is worth a thousand words, but throws in a few words as well.
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