Tuesday, February 26, 2008

Sex and the Shtetl


I was watching Sex and the City as I often do and the question of soul mates came up as in "do you believe that everyone has only one soul mate?"

I honestly can't tell you how I feel about that question. I do know that what to me seems more important is making sure that I'm comfortable with myself.

Probably the closest thing I have to a soul mate is my best friend. It took me years to finally find someone who was my best friend in more than just words. I almost always had someone I called my best friend, but I would find out that I wasn't her/his best friend.

But for the past 7 or so years, I have had a best friend, someone who also considers me her best friend. Even though we live in different parts of the country (we didn't meet each other in person until we'd known each other for about a year or so), we are never far away, thanks to the internet and telephones. And, though I've never been able to get to her house and visit her, she (and often her family) manages to get to my "neck of the woods" about an average of once a year.

I guess if I can find a best friend I suppose the soul mate is out there somewhere. I'm just not sure why we haven't met yet.....

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Leora said...

Hi, there. I put all your blogs in my Google Reader. So I won't miss one.

Request: how about some posts on cooking. You are a very creative cook. Now, since you insist on dividing everything into separate blogs, you would have to put that in a new blog. But "jewish sandwich" sounds like it could have food, too.

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