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mister pants, part 24

“Turning Plato and Hegel on their heads I sometimes choose to think, no doubt perversely, that man is a dream, thought an illusion, and only rock is real. Rock and sun.” — Edward Abbey — You get so caught up … Continue reading

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the keys to a good marriage, part 9

Mo is looking at Instagram. She frowns. “People shouldn’t write long captions below their photos on Instagram. It should just be photos,” she declares. “Ummm, I write long captions below my photos on Instagram,” I point out. “Nobody but YOU … Continue reading

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just another morning conversation, part 78

Me: They want me to pay $200 for that race. Mo: I will put on a race for you for $150. Me: T-shirt? Mo: Included in entry fee. Me: I’m in. I think people get married partly because it’s more … Continue reading

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giving tanks

Give me a heart to hang onto Give me a soul that’s tailored new Give me a heart to hang onto —  Peter Dennis Blandford Townshend — Easter morning on the Ed Whitlock Memorial Loop. It doesn’t feel like Easter … Continue reading

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The sun is the same in a relative way

So on and on I go, the seconds tick the time out So much left to know, and I’m on the road to find out — Yusuf Islam — My blog, I Like Margarine, was born 11 years ago today. … Continue reading

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I’m wondering if I’m gonna see tomorrow

You see gravity pulls but it can’t keep you around It’ll be one long day and now the moon is down — Mr. John Prine — Mo and I were in the courting stages. She was living in Seattle and … Continue reading

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just another morning conversation, part 77

Mo: What’s in this box? Me: Running shoes. Mo: So what’s in the other box you still haven’t opened? Me: Running shoes. Mo: So why do you need more? Me: Oh, yeah? How many purses do you own? Mo: None. … Continue reading

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