Because all this work and frustration and messiness just isn’t worth it! I have to remind myself of that when I’m dating sometimes.After another miscommunication, another fight, another round of hurt feeling I look at that stupid, imperfect, wrong-color, wrong-yarn, off-gauge scarf and love it anyway. I love it because I can point out each mistake, tell you where I was sitting when I started and what I was wearing when I wove in those last strands of yarn.s and disconnectedness, when you don’t feel like talking it out or explaining yourself or reaching out to say “I’m sorry” first – you have to remember, in the end, it’s worth it. For the right project – for the right person – the work is worth it. I tell you one thing: It would be a whole lot easier to just buy that Gap scarf.
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Didn’t I see this exact same scarf at the Gap for $29.99?
Cue: Needles thrown across the room; relationship thrown out the door.
A guy in the middle of a separation probably doesn’t know what the hell he’s doing.
He may say he’s “dealt with all his feelings” but, believe me, divorce is never that simple.
I really like him and have felt myself starting to fall for him more and more, and he feels the same way but doesn't want anything more serious.
Friends tell me I should leave because I'll be hurt in the end, but I feel like with time, maybe he will want something after he moves past his marriage.
Erin hails from Wisconsin by way of Minnesota, Italy, Texas and Missouri.
Appropriately, she loves cheese, hot dish, pasta, bar-b-que and Budweiser.
As if that’s not enough, they are also underrepresented in the business world. While in caveman times I might have needed a hulking monolith of a man to keep me from freezing to death, we live in the era of John Lewis, and I have a really great duvet.