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I made a few practice casual touches, but he didn’t respond. Spoilers, in case you didn’t go read it: Anne’s story basically ends with her never quite finding the right match, but having an overall not-too-objectionable time flexing her dating muscles and learning how to evaluate what makes someone a great partner.But please; lest you think that you don’t have to read the entire article because I’ve quoted it out for you, well, I haven’t. Sometimes, folks, you have to go through a year of that before God/The Universe/coincidence/OKCupid/____(insert your answer here) sends you a breakthrough, ya know?There, she wrote for the school newspaper, but dropped out after two years and returned to San Francisco.After a brief stint writing for , published by Viking in 1980. Anne Lamott, the daughter of the writer Kenneth Lamott, grew up in Marin County, north of San Francisco.She attended Goycher College in Maryland on a tennis scholarship.Lamott is not the only person having her preconceptions and stereotypes about gender identity corrected in real time. And she’s also still a killer writer, a kick-ass mom and an adult with a difficult childhood who is gifted, complex and imperfect. And though I can’t believe her kid is out of diapers I’ll listen to his too.She’s not the only one bumbling with pronoun use talking about Caitlyn Jenner, she’s not even the only one confused by how a woman can be called a woman if she has a “pee pee.” There are plenty of issues and questions about the Caitlyn Jenner media circus and the obsessions about her clothes, make-up and figure, or the fact that she’s the oldest woman to ever appear solo on the Vanity Fair cover. I’ll treasure his tweet-able insights and communication style.
We had chemistry, laughed a lot, sent lots of emails. I thought, in my mature and/or delusional way, that this would come, but it didn’t.
Might this make us more willing to take responsibility when we’ve failed, blundered and hurt others? At times I am far less graceful then both of them (Anne made an enormously insensitive blunder but her vulnerability in owning her mistake models courage).
My Facebook writer-friend Jillian Ayer said: “Love and courage wrapped up together. There is a lot to learn in that exchange.” She’s right.
I remember hearing her quirky voice read essays on NPR while driving my beat-up yellow car when we still had tape decks and used the radio.
She’s made it easier to be an independent, single mother, seeker, complex being with a sketchy past who wanted to write.
And she wrote the book on writing, literally—) or even the comic Amy Schumer (Inside Amy Schumer) without Lamott forging the way.