“Tangling Our Minds and Hearts Together”

 

Rolling Stone started mysteriously appearing in my mailbox a few months ago. As did Redbook. I didn’t order either of them, so I don’t know why they are being sent…

I subscribed to Rolling Stone in my twenties, when I was more into music. When my favorite bands were in their heyday. Reading it now, I’m finding that I’ve never heard of half the bands being featured. So this is what being middle-aged means…

Lou Reed died last month, and his wife, Laurie Anderson, wrote a beautiful piece about their relationship. Read it; you’ll be glad you did. Theirs is the kind of relationship I hope to have someday.

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