Unequally Yoked

This weekend, I was lucky enough to fly to the Netherlands for two and a half days to see my lovely boyfriend Ken for Valentine’s day. Ken and I have been dating for almost three years. When I found out I was accepted to Oxford, one of my first thoughts was how much easier it

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The Love I Miss

I get a few responses when I tell people I’m in a long-distance relationship. My favorite is, “Oh, that sucks.” (Thanks!) My favorite picture of us. Old men have a tendency to interrupt our best pics. In some ways, it does. It’s difficult to maintain love and intimacy when there’s an ocean between you. But

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Long-Distance Love: Man Plans, God Laughs

Two and a half years ago, almost two weeks to the day before I wrote my first blog post, my high school boyfriend and I broke up. It had been planned, and mutual – we didn’t want to do long-distance – but it still hurt, as it always does to say goodbye to someone who

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Love and Relationships: The “Apart” Part

So I’ve done a little bit of traveling in the last few months. Holland. Rural Germany. Paris, New York, D.C. Of course, nothing interesting happened and all my travels went completely according to plan, which is why I haven’t blogged about any of it. Nope. Nothing interesting. Nope. Nothing interesting. Oh wait, just kidding. Of

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