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I married and am in love with my best friend. I do a lot of different things: voiceover work, video editing, some acting, I doodle, and I review comedy albums. Sometimes my blogs are funny, sometimes they’re just random thoughts. Sometimes I’ll post a short story here and sometimes I’ll just moan and complain about life. These are my thoughts in words. To see my thoughts in video or doodle form, swing by one of the links to the right. —->

3 comments

  1. Ed –
    I’ve been looking for blogs on marriage with a similar tone as mine (americanhusbandry.wordpress.com) and came across yours. Love it! Would you mind if I added you to my blogroll? mmlukens@gmail.com. Thanks!

  2. Hey Ed –

    I just left a comment on another blog post about regrets. It prompted me to do a Google search that led me (remarkably easily – bless Google!) to you. Here’s the comment I left:

    “My regret? Losing contact with my “boyfriend” in 5th grade. He was goofy and smart, and could always make me laugh. Nerd Alert: At recess, we play-acted The Muppet Show and The Love Bug. It was a riot. He defended me when someone threw a snowball in my face that got stuck behind my glasses and made me cry. In sixth grade, my family moved away, but he and I kept in touch. He knew that I loved horses & unicorns, and he won me a giant unicorn at the fair. Just kept spending money until he won it. Then, he made a trip to where we had moved to give it to me. We were just kids, and it was just a first glimpse of love, but we connected in some way that has never let me forget him. I regret that I let that friendship fade away and somehow lost track of him.

    I hope he’s happy and that his life is amazing. I think we’d still be friends.

    Ed! If you’re out there, reading blogs, or Googling your name, you touched my life and my heart remembers.”

    So, from the preacher’s daughter who moved away: I’m sorry I let our friendship fade away. Know that I never forgot you. Thanks for touching my heart.

    Wishing you peace, love and happiness!

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