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Chronicles of a dating diva

The earliest medieval chronicle to combine both retrospective (dead) and contemporary (live) entries, is the Chronicle of Ireland, which spans the years 431 to 911.

I’m just thankful that the mister understands the importance of romance and still holds my hand in public.

I was also slightly depressed about how long it had been since I was in a meaningful, “reciprocal” relationship. Great men and women of faith who support me and always have my back…and will share their opinion (sometimes unsolicited) when they think I need to be made aware of something.

Unlike the modern historian, most chroniclers tended to take their information as they found it, and made little attempt to separate fact from legend.

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A chronicle which traces world history is called a universal chronicle.

Scholars categorize the genre of chronicle into two subgroups: live chronicles, and dead chronicles.

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).