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I think i enjoy being single I was very lonely for a long time after we went separate ways I missed the emotional pulls and pushes, the physical caresses and kisses, and the intellectual challenges you gave me I ve stumblethan once without you to hold me up And there ve been many times when I ve had something to share and no one to share it with I havent met anyone who comes close to you And, I too think maybe somedaybut, I also know that I m growing in ways I couldn t have grown I think i enjoy being single I was very lonely for a long time after we went separate ways I missed the emotional pulls and pushes, the physical caresses and kisses, and the intellectual challenges you gave me I ve stumblethan once without you to hold me up And there ve been many times when I ve had something to share and no one to share it with I havent met anyone who comes close to you And, I too think maybe somedaybut, I also know that I m growing in ways I couldn t have grown with you It s hard to see sometimes, but I know It s true And I know you too are growing in ways you couldn t have with me If we re not growing , we couldn t grow together and would have been living a lie If we reunite let s do it when we are both flourishing not despairing disappointment 2 in a night spent wandering around Powells Ya know i go to the hard work of showing up at the book store, putting up with the crowds saying things like, oh my god you don t like Jane Austin I m a classics girl, that s the kind of reader I am , you d think my selective grab it on the way to the coffee shop method would reap some better materials but Noooooooooo..as I read this letters i mostly felt awkward for the people that wrote them, in how trite they sounded and was disappointment 2 in a night spent wandering around Powells Ya know i go to the hard work of showing up at the book store, putting up with the crowds saying things like, oh my god you don t like Jane Austin I m a classics girl, that s the kind of reader I am , you d think my selective grab it on the way to the coffee shop method would reap some better materials but Noooooooooo..as I read this letters i mostly felt awkward for the people that wrote them, in how trite they sounded and was reminded AGAIN how unoriginal everything even emotions is There were a few i liked, one that was written over a picture of cake that said I love you like a fat kid loves cake another that was a looooooooooooong list of things someone noticed about another person and one that was a picture of a map with two birds stamped on either side of a river, a line connecting them and a something about distances not being insurmountable but all in all it was like i love you, your beautiful blah, blah, blah I m suprised by the amount of low ratings for this book I really enjoyed reading the love letters and getting a glimpse into other people s relationships I liked that they were legitimate letters that people had written ranging from a young kindergarteners letter to a couple from long ago I also really enjoyed how at the end there were stories about some of the letters, explainingabout what actually happened with them All in all this was a very interesting book to read. Apparently other people s love letters just aren t that interesting. Interested inof my reviews Visit my blogYou should know that still my life is consumed by you This was an interesting little book that I was not expecting to like as much as I did The title of the book may be Other People s Love Letters but they aren t all your standard love letters These are rejection letters, text messages, telegrams, breakup letters, letters of apology, but there are also true love letters that honestly had me crying at times I quite enjoyed how some of these l Interested inof my reviews Visit my blogYou should know that still my life is consumed by you This was an interesting little book that I was not expecting to like as much as I did The title of the book may be Other People s Love Letters but they aren t all your standard love letters These are rejection letters, text messages, telegrams, breakup letters, letters of apology, but there are also true love letters that honestly had me crying at times I quite enjoyed how some of these letters even included a postscript with explanations on some of the letters, or of details on what transpired after the letters were writtenAnd I shall love you until I draw my last breath, and beyond This was a charming collection of letters although I would have made slight adjustments if it was up to me I found that there were several that disrupted the flow of the book as a whole because they were written about occurrences that of course we had no knowledge of I found those in particular to be confusing and disjointed and felt that if they were removed the book would have been better for it I was too exited to read this book, and theI read thedisappointed I was, it wasn t interesting for a while Then I realized why, because it wasn t my love letters I have no idea whom they were for, I bet that these people s letters made so muchsense to them and they drank every word up of these letters and enjoyed they so muchthan a stranger like me ever could, because I wouldn t never understand And just like that I realized how uniquely we are able to love, how diff I was too exited to read this book, and theI read thedisappointed I was, it wasn t interesting for a while Then I realized why, because it wasn t my love letters I have no idea whom they were for, I bet that these people s letters made so muchsense to them and they drank every word up of these letters and enjoyed they so muchthan a stranger like me ever could, because I wouldn t never understand And just like that I realized how uniquely we are able to love, how different love can be for every person I enjoyed being a sanctioned voyeur with this book There s something about other people s correspondence, particularly romantic correspondence, that I find hard to resist.I felt ok about being a voyeur and so was able to enjoy the book because the letters were reprinted with permission of the author, or in some cases, the author s closest living relative Some of these letters were very, very private and it would feel wrong to read them behind someone s back, as it were But since they were c I enjoyed being a sanctioned voyeur with this book There s something about other people s correspondence, particularly romantic correspondence, that I find hard to resist.I felt ok about being a voyeur and so was able to enjoy the book because the letters were reprinted with permission of the author, or in some cases, the author s closest living relative Some of these letters were very, very private and it would feel wrong to read them behind someone s back, as it were But since they were cool with it, I could be as well I think I also enjoyed this because I am in a committed relationship The letters reminded me of our own courtship, our current relationship, and even our future They made me feel quite sappy towards my husband but I think they would have made me sad if I were not in a relationship.At the end of the book we get a littlebackground and or aftermath of a few of the letters I liked having the context of some but not all of the letters, leaving the rest up to my imagination much like Pete s Unsent Love Letters, in fact If you enjoyed this you chould give those a try too All in all quite enjoyable for a quiet evening s read think found.com meets postsecret.com meets a dusty shoebox of letters in the attic meets text messages quite well balanced in terms of including the dear johns, the honeymoon love bliss, the break ups, make ups, hate mail, sext messages, historical sonnets, etc.Addictive, really.One of my favorites, inscribed on an airplane sick bag What I really feelIf you were here now,I would kiss you.I would hold your hand andlook at you with wonder.And then, if you would let me,I would kiss you again think found.com meets postsecret.com meets a dusty shoebox of letters in the attic meets text messages quite well balanced in terms of including the dear johns, the honeymoon love bliss, the break ups, make ups, hate mail, sext messages, historical sonnets, etc.Addictive, really.One of my favorites, inscribed on an airplane sick bag What I really feelIf you were here now,I would kiss you.I would hold your hand andlook at you with wonder.And then, if you would let me,I would kiss you again.And again.And again back side If you were here nowwe d get in trouble.The stewardesses would have topull us apart, then send oneto sit up front and the otherin back.We d get a scolding at theairport, an asterisk by ournames for future flights,then released, promising to neverever again salsa dance with line crossed out the seatbelt light on (EPUB) ⚝ Other People's Love Letters: 150 Letters You Were Never Meant to See õ Fevered notes scribbled on napkins after first dates Titillating text messages It s not you it s me relationship enders In Other People s Love Letters, Bill Shapiro has searched America s attics, closets, and cigar boxes and found actual letters unflinchingly honest missives full of lust, provocation, guilt, and vulnerability written only for a lover s eyes Modern love, of course, is not all bliss, and in these pages you ll find the full range of a relationship, with its whispered promises as well as its heartache But what at first appears to be a deliciously voyeuristic peek into other people s most passionate moments, will ultimately reawaken your own desires and tenderness because when you read these letters, you ll find the heart you re looking into is actually your own i think UR great wanna have wine Tequila again sometime I can t believe you re real, and I think about you constantly in some way or the other all day I haven t given the finger to anyone driving since I met you With you I learned how to fight cleaner, how to talk things out better, and how to make a strong loving family out of nothing These are priceless gifts that I will carry with me the rest of my life One thing you did for me you left, and I had to get through it PS I look forward to your letters too much to call Also, where do you stand on chains I thought some of the letters in the book were interesting to read, but I thought some of them didn t really need to be in there also On top of that, I felt really weird reading this book, in an invasion of privacy type of way which is I guess the point of the book to begin with, as far as using people s awkward letters to show real life But really, was it necessary It s like trying to read self tabloids Who volunteers emails they ve written to their ex spouse concerning their divorce for a I thought some of the letters in the book were interesting to read, but I thought some of them didn t really need to be in there also On top of that, I felt really weird reading this book, in an invasion of privacy type of way which is I guess the point of the book to begin with, as far as using people s awkward letters to show real life But really, was it necessary It s like trying to read self tabloids Who volunteers emails they ve written to their ex spouse concerning their divorce for a book