Chronicles of a dating diva

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Sexual barriers are broken down, and the anecdotes will have you in stitches -- and through the eyes and words of Jennifer Kelton some of you may even recognize little bits of yourself.The book is available at greenknightspress.com, target.com, barnesandnoble.com, and .They represent accounts, in prose or verse, of local or distant events over a considerable period of time, both the lifetime of the individual chronicler and often those of several subsequent continuators.If the chronicles deal with events year by year, they are often called annals. I have no idea what the future holds, but I’m happy…and that’s all that matters in this moment.Nia Long, Diddy, and Gabrielle Union were among partygoers at Club Dreamz who ran for their lives when a random Negro opened fire inside the club. One person was injuired and is in stable condition.In modern times various contemporary newspapers or other periodicals have adopted "chronicle" as part of their name.

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Here’s what she posted on FB earlier today: I hope courtship isn’t gone forever, it really needs to make a comeback in a major way. So do you think being romantic is appreciated in this age of technology first, personal interaction second? Flowers, candy, cards and love notes have been replaced with text messages, DMs on Twitter, likes on IG and Facetime chats. I don’t have words for the journey her music took me on last night, but I must say, the first thing I wanted to do was call my love and tell him I was thinking about him as soon as the show was over. I had been in “relationships…” bad ones, hurtful ones where I gave 150% and was satisfied with a 25% effort in return. Although, I walk through life with a spirit of expectancy (I expect good things, simply put); I’m making a conscious effort, when it comes to relationships, to stop planning ahead and just “enjoy” the moment. He gets me (well, he almost gets me, I don’t think he fully understands the extent of my Elmo obsession, but that’s a post for another day). I am in love with technology, but I am not in love with the fact that it is slowly killing courtship. I love how music can amplify what you already feel. Arie tunes and it pretty much sums up my love life and emotional state, particularly this line: It’s interesting (for lack of a better word) to know that someone you used to be in a relationship with truly feels like you are the one who got away. I was giving each man all kinds of second chances and benefit of the doubt. Our lives consist of millions of “moments.” Those moments are what make life special. Fall 2011 I started to get anxious…biological ticking and all that jazz (and that’s even with me not being 100 percent about wanting kids of my own). I embraced the blessings that I do have—friends who love me unconditionally. I love knowing that for the first time in a very long time, our feelings are reciprocal. He cares about me just as much as I care about him.

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