Comment on Tohoku 2011 Part I – Understanding the End by Sammie @ The Annoyed Thyroid.
Your words paint both a powerful and heartbreaking picture. As difficult and terrible as it must have been for you, you did an amazing job and I love the joy in the darkness with the kimono story. Thanks for sharing and for linking up with the Ultimate Rabbit Hole.
Recent Comments by Sammie @ The Annoyed Thyroid
Enough with the Single Shaming
I remember when I wrote my online dating profile, I said I wanted someone to “complement me not complete me.” I was single long after all my friends had paired off and if I’d had a dollar for every time someone said one of these statements to me, I’d probably be a millionaire by now! I know though, as annoying as my friends’ well meaning comments might have been, they were always just that, well meaning. I think being single and being in a couple are both special and fulfilling, they’re just different.
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I’ve never thought about that, it’s almost like we’re conditioned to see a stereotypical hero. You’re totally right we do need heroes of all kinds because in real life, everyday heroes can be male or female. If only that reality was reflected in the media and in the movies.
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Brilliantly written and spot on! I’m especially fond of number 10!