PROJECT R: Relationship Interrupted Completed

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PROJECT R: Relationship Interrupted Completed

You have been amazing. Thank you!

Project R is now officially completed and all scheduled posts have been published.

I have initiated this project to help a friend whose heart had been broken. In choosing to answer the Q&A and think through the question of relationships, by visiting and commenting on this project, you have all been a key part of the healing process.
I have always believed that if what we write helps at least one person, even in the smallest of ways, then it is a worthwhile endeavour. I believe it still and would like to take this opportunity to thank you all for delving deep and sharing your experiences. Every single one of them has been a step for the better.

In closing I would like to say that I have learnt a lot from this project both by engaging with your views, but also from the experience of sharing my blog with you.
By providing a window into your world, you have enriched more than one’s view of love and relationships.
Your support was remarkable and it gave me the opportunity to discover new writers, photographers and artists that may have otherwise remained unknown to me.
I hope you too have found this a fruitful and rewarding undertaking, and have made new connections as a result.

Thank you again to all participants.

It all comes down to relationships, the connections we make. In future posts I will try to provide some insight into what I have learnt and will invite you to add your own insights to a diverse range of topics.
Please feel free to add to the comment box, reblog, share, email or message me on Twitter @shardsofsilence.
For the more adventurous of you and those versed in the ways of magic, perhaps send me a letter by owl 🙂
Future discussion posts will be marked by the subtitle Let’s Talk Opinion.

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If you have missed an entry or would like to revisit a favourite, here are the links to all PROJECT R submissions:
PROJECT R in session #1 Alienora Taylor
PROJECT R in session #2 KG
PROJECT R in session #3 Joanne Paul
PROJECT R in session #4 Susan Irene Fox
PROJECT R in session #5 Winifred M. Reilly
PROJECT R in session #6 Charlotte Wilson
PROJECT R in session #7 Gfixation
PROJECT R in session #8 Shallow Nothings
PROJECT R in session #9 Jessica Masters
PROJECT R in session #10 Sreejit Poole
PROJECT R in session #11 Iuli
PROJECT R in session #12 Andy Kaufman’s Kavalkade Krew
PROJECT R in session #13 EightLeggedGemini
PROJECT R in session #14 Ambitious_Drifter
PROJECT R in session #15 Muniiba
PROJECT R in session #16 Julie L
PROJECT R in session #17 Anonymous
PROJECT R: Relationship Interrupted on Religion
PROJECT R – Poetic Turn
PROJECT R – Continued Conversation with Lucia Lorenzi’s On Being Alone: Rethinking the Single Life.

PROJECT R: Relationship Interrupted  – Q&A with vicbriggs

Nota Bene: Project R: Relationship Interrupted is the relationship project run during the second half of October, 2013. All articles submitted may be reblogged and shared. If you do so, please give clear credit to both the participant whose submission you choose to reblog, and to the original publisher, Project R, and this website.
A warm thank you! vicbriggs

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PROJECT R in session #17 Anonymous

          1. On Failure. What does love mean to you? What constitutes a failed relationship? What about a successful one? Did you ever think of yourself as a failure because a relationship came to an end?

– First of all, as far as I am concerned there is no such thing as failure ever … never ever. 🙂 It’s just about different experiences from which you learn about yourself and about others.
– Love… hmmm It is something that can never be fully expressed through words, because with every attempt to do so, you actually get further away from its essence…
– A broken relationship – look at the answer above. There is no such thing.
– A successful relationship…  I don’t believe in “success” when it comes to relationships. That’s something constructed by dull people, lacking depth of feeling. Every relationship has its unique aspects that make them exceptional in a special way .
– Nothing is ever stable, so anything that starts, transforms. The course? That depends of the two in question. 🙂

          2. On Being Flawed. Are you more comfortable on your own or in a relationship? Do you think there is something wrong with people who cannot or would not sustain long-term relationships?

– In life it is customary, natural and beneficial for everyone’s personal growth to discern that there are alternate phases. This is the only way to tell the difference. Only in this way you can become complete (whole) through your life experience.
– Long term relationships are not necessarily the key to great success. So… I believe that any relationship, whatever direction it may take, requires conscious involvement. In fact, your level of consciousness determines the reality/quality of these relationships. It is as simple as that. 😉

          3. On Eros. Do you require a romantic relationship to feel fulfilled? 

-It depends where in your life journey you are, because your needs will differ from period to period. But healthy for the soul is an amorous nourishment to measure 😀

          4. On Soul-mates. Do you believe that there is a soul-mate for everyone out there? Do you ever feel that you are only half of the equation, and will be ‘lacking’ something until you find someone to share your everyday life with? 

– Surely there must be more than one soul mate for each in a lifetime. You are fated to meet many others, as each of them will make complete a different part of you and vice versa. You live with each at a different level of intensity. Life is not something pulled from a Xerox machine, and you will never behave the same way in each “different” relationship (that’s why they are different) 🙂 It’s so fascinating to let life surprise you. 😀
– It’s nice to be able to distinguish between love / completion and attachments / ambitions etc.

          5. On Self-Love. Do you think that to be loved by others you have to love yourself? What does self-love mean to you? To love, can it sometimes mean letting go? 

– The most crucial question of all. From self -love starts everything else. Self-love, self-esteem and confidence: these three ingredients that cannot do ok when separated. And equilibrium in life we have only if we work to balance all three. The rest is delusion / expectations that result in a chain of suffering.

When you are ok with yourself, you get the same in return. What I ‘ve learned so far, is that life is primarily about you, and the most important relationship is the one you have with yourself. Others do nothing but mirror what you are. Some you may have as guides, others as enemies, but finally everything refers back to you. It is with you that the rapport with everyone else begins.

          6. On Fulfilment. Can we only find fulfilment in others, or is it possible to be happy and find contentment in our other accomplishments, whatever our relationship status?

– Fulfilment is first of all an inner state. You interaction with others reflects clearly your inner state; the rest is deception / distraction from the main person holding the brunt of responsibility in this equation. Does someone else breathe in your place? 🙂 Does someone else orgasm in your place? (your orgasm is an accumulation of states generated by your capacity to open up – mainly, then – the real compatibility, ambient circumstances etc., etc.). 🙂
– When you’re in a relationship where things start to scathe, if there is no willingness to overcome that hurdle, it’s ok to retire. It is about self-esteem, because the role of saviour / victim is not healthy in the long run. 🙂

          7. On Interpersonal Skills. Are people in relationships simply better at ‘people skills’ than those who are not?

– It depends on the nature of each. We all take from life the “best” lessons in order to discover and reach an equilibrium, but this is contingent on many factors, and each of us develops qualities throughout life to different degrees depending on the experiences we have. 🙂

          8. On Project R. Do you think this a worthwhile project? In what way, if at all, did this project help you think through the question of “relationships”? Feel free to add here any other thoughts you may have on the subject that was not covered by the above questions.

– It’s ok, it’s a vast topic with a multitude of layers and worth discussing, but mostly worth living directly 🙂

PROJECT R in session #16 Julie L

          1. On Failure. What does love mean to you?

Love is magic! Really! But only at the beginning 🙂 Then it’s a bit confusing (where did the magic go? 🙂 ) and then it’s the part you get to know your partner (because the blindness is gone as well) and involves a lot of work to maintain it. Of course you’re not doing all this work because you have to, but you have to have a very solid base to start building on.

          What constitutes a failed relationship?

Not letting go of each other, not being synchronized in thoughts/ day to day activities, not being open, lack of communication, thinking that there’s someone out there better than your partner.

          What about a successful one?

Truly believing that your partner is the best! Best looks, the smartest, best sense of humour, best father! 🙂

Did you ever think of yourself as a failure because a relationship came to an end?

Yes, I used to when I was young and stupid. Now I think both partners are responsible for the failure or the success of a relationship. Even if they fail see it.

          2. On Being Flawed. Are you more comfortable on your own or in a relationship?

I am very comfortable in my relationship that made it so far!

Do you think there is something wrong with people who cannot or would not sustain long-term relationships?

Yes, I guess they’re in denial for some reason. Probably related to a very sad memory.

          3. On Eros. Do you require a romantic relationship to feel fulfilled?

I don’t know. What I can tell is that I need my relationship like air right now. If for some reason I had to be out of it, I guess I’ll find a way to eventually feel fulfilled. I can’t tell if it would be a hobby or a new job. Most probably it would not be replaced by another relationship; it would feel really weird after the history we had, in the context that we are right now.

           4. On Soul-mates. Do you believe that there is a soul-mate for everyone out there?

No! You find the person you like, you discover him/her, fall in love, fall out of the magic stage of love, and then work on the relationship because that person literally becomes the best friend you ever had, and you get to care about him/her more than anything in the world. And then the kid comes along! This brings a different kind of magic, which you’re sharing with the partner. And you start a new stage of love, an even more secure kind, with the ultimate thing in common (I know I brought the kid again in the equation, sorry! I think children are a blessing to partners that have survived a long relationship. The children are the universe’s prize for successfully surviving the relationship. And they have to come at some point, otherwise that relationship will fail. Of course, don’t have children too early in the relationship.)

          Do you ever feel that you are only half of the equation, and will be ‘lacking’ something until you find someone to share your everyday life with?

I guess anyone starts feeling this way at some point, no matter how cool or glamorous they think the single life is. Everyone needs love to survive.

          5. On Self-Love. Do you think that to be loved by others you have to love yourself?

Yes, I think that’s true. Nobody loves grumpy, insecure, frustrated people.

          What does self-love mean to you?

Being proud of your accomplishments and comfortable with who you are (looks and personality).

          To love, can it sometimes mean letting go?

Yes! You have to let go for the other one. There is no such think as 100% compatibleness. So in order to make the relationship work, you also have to let go sometimes, especially if it makes the other one happy. Good will come to you as well if you let go! 😉 But fight for the relationship if the other one seems to let go too much of you. Sometimes this might happen as well.

           6. On Fulfilment. Can we only find fulfilment in others, or is it possible to be happy and find contentment in our other accomplishments, whatever our relationship status?

I think smart people can find fulfilment in others as well. I like people who sincerely do so.

          7. On Interpersonal Skills. Are people in relationships simply better at ‘people skills’ than those who are not?

I don’t get this question, sorry…

          8. On Project R. Do you think this a worthwhile project? In what way, if at all, did this project help you think through the question of “relationships”? Feel free to add here any other thoughts you may have on the subject that was not covered by the above questions.

– I am pretty sure that whatever you started working on is a worthwhile project! 😉

PROJECT R in session #15 Muniiba

|Tastes like Midnight| : http://muniiba.wordpress.com/

1. On Failure. What does love mean to you? What constitutes a failed relationship? What about a successful one? Did you ever think of yourself as a failure because a relationship came to an end?

Love should not only mean everything to a soul. Love should mean that it is the one thing that a soul needs to earn everything. Love can make one help, love can make one recognize, love can make one surrender and love can make one absolute. Love is perfect and pure, that sometimes it is unfortunate how people mistook love with the idea of love and that makes the love for love slowly fades away but love is long-term, strong and endlessly entertaining so there should be no doubts about love and no worries on how to love.

To be frank, I have lived with both successful and failed relationships, but the thing about relationship is, it is never constantly at its peak. It’s always a roller coaster and even though the ride could be extremely thrilling, the turns and loops are rough and nerve wrecking. My relationship with my wonderful life partner is not perfect, but then again it’s just right. A successful relationship is when lovers break each other’s walls and build a stronger wall surrounding them. It is when my partner decides to come home to the dinner I prepared that make it successful, it is when my partner gets mad when I don’t take care of myself that makes it successful, it is when my partner is by my side through thick and thin and appreciates every second of it that makes it successful. It is the good morning greets, it is the good night kisses and it is the cuddles and hugs in between. It is when my partner brought me to his parents, or when he takes me to visit his “homies”, or when he introduces me to his ex-lovers as his “beautiful girlfriend” and makes me feel superbly accepted inside and out.

But a failed relationship, is the what if…we had gone through a fight and never apologized and moved on. A failed relationship is the what if…we didn’t trust each other when we’re apart. It is… if I didn’t give second chances. It is… if we see each other as not enough. It is… if we choose to ignore feelings and consider flaws. It is… if we don’t share the food together, it is… if we never shared a pillow together, it is… if we never saved each other’s lives and it is… if we chose lust over love.

The relationships that didn’t work out for me are always when the what ifs happen but despite of that, my ex lovers are good friends of mine because it is better that we have loved each other than to live with hatred.

2. On Being Flawed. Are you more comfortable on your own or in a relationship? Do you think there is something wrong with people who cannot or would not sustain long-term relationships?

I’ve went through different phases of life with my boyfriend for the past eight years now and I’m more comfortable being in a relationship than to walk the road alone. It’s always better to have someone to share an inside joke with, or someone to push the cart when I browse between the aisles when shopping for necessities, and it’s always more fun to just be in our PJs, put on zero make up or hair gel, and turn off our romantic mode anytime we feel like it and fart like fart lords. Nevertheless, we do allow ourselves to have our special alone times if we need it. It’s very much scheduled. He has to work and I have lectures to attend during the day and at night we can either choose to stay in watch action movies together or fight over the joystick, or choose to go out separately for his boy’s nights out, or my girl’s night in. I assume people who cannot sustain long term relationship are those who had tough times in trusting people, or trusting themselves in being involved in commitment but everybody needs somebody to love, and nobody hates being loved. There’s nothing wrong with those who can’t commit, they just restrict themselves from taking the chances of undergoing an unconditional love or simply are not prepared for one. 

 3. On Eros. Do you require a romantic relationship to feel fulfilled?

I am a sucker for romance. I dream of it. However, I don’t demand for it. Romance requires a lot of energy to tell you the truth. My boyfriend knows I would love a bouquet of roses, but he also knows that I would laugh when I let it die inside the vase. My boyfriend feeds me a lot of chocolates, but he also knows that he has to hear my complaints about weight gain. He would always, and by always, I mean, every single time, send me I love you text messages that can sometimes be typos. Technology ruins romance, I know. He would bring me to romantic dinners in a five star restaurant and we would cry ourselves to food coma before sleep from the guilt of spending so much on food when we could’ve just bought stall foods that could end with the same result but cost little. To answer your question, I don’t need romance to be fulfilled. As long as he’s present during the highs and lows, I rather be grateful than be fulfilled.

 

4. On Soul-mates. Do you believe that there is a soul-mate for everyone out there? Do you ever feel that you are only half of the equation, and will be ‘lacking’ something until you find someone to share your everyday life with?

Absolutely. I was born to love someone and I will die loving someone. I never feel complete when I’m not with my boyfriend. No one to finish my sentences. No one to play slug bug games with. No one to debate with if something controversial comes up. No one to tell me to stop spending on unnecessary stuff when I go apes mad during sales. No one to slap me into my senses when I’m doing something stupid. No one to tell me I’m only PMSing when I suddenly become a psycho out of no reason. He knows me too well and that’s why he’s my other half. It feels empty and quiet when he’s not around. I’ve been through a long distance relationship and despite the distance, I was the girl who was hooked 24/7 on to her phone with none other than the other half who was miles away, being in the same situation.

5. On Self-Love. Do you think that to be loved by others you have to love yourself? What does self-love mean to you? To love, can it sometimes mean letting go?

I would think that my parents did a job well done telling how special of a person I am every day of my life. I grew up with enough confidence needed to love myself. I take care of my appearance, I look after my health and in order to have a good life, not only do I have to ensure that the grass is the greenest everywhere, I have to make sure it’s constantly mowed, which means, I have to properly maintain myself.  I would make one hell of a life story of myself and choose either to make it happen or not. I like to think that I have control of myself so that loving me won’t be the hardest thing to do for a person. After all, my father always says, “how can you love someone else, if you don’t love yourself?” A person can only love you after you expose to them how easy it is for you to be loved.

6. On Fulfilment. Can we only find fulfilment in others, or is it possible to be happy and find contentment in our other accomplishments, whatever our relationship status?

We live in a world where it is impossible to be fulfilled alone. To build a something you find fulfilling, you need your plans. To build plans, you need ideas. To have ideas, you need inspiration. To get inspired, you need motivation. To be motivated, is when there is support. To get support, you need either money that doesn’t last long, or relationships that are long-term and loyal. My family and friends have helped me to stand on a stable platform, where I can be the happiest all the time.

 

         7. On Interpersonal Skills. Are people in relationships simply better at ‘people skills’ than those who are not?

Not necessarily because I was pretty much independent when I developed my skills. Being in a relationship only made my ‘people skills’ better because I have the other half’s ‘people skills’ to double the joy. I can tell you this….I didn’t know shit what to say when I attended my boyfriend’s business dinner recently, it was all……money talk and mostly about construction sites. I felt as if I had zero skills in communication. I was the awkward girl who sat quietly sipping the OJ non-stop until my boyfriend decided to mention my (as he would say it…)”unique” qualities and skills in the media and education world which was far away from their comfort topic. Result? He made his very successful business associates speechless and impressed when I had to share what I know. Everybody’s different especially of how they build their own image and reputation, but the interest in gaining new information and knowledge is always mutual. Like I said, double the joy.

 

8. On Project RDo you think this a worthwhile project? In what way, if at all, did this project help you think through the question of “relationships”? Feel free to add here any other thoughts you may have on the subject that was not covered by the above questions.

It definitely made me want to give my beau a large hug. Project R has helped me to realize and remember why I signed up for a relationship in the first place. It is very much worthwhile. Thank you for the chance 🙂

PROJECT R in session #14 Ambitious_Drifter

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PROJECT R in session #14 Ambitious_Drifter

Have your love-life ever been subjected to the scrutiny of self-fashioned armchair psychologists?

……….. only after red wine and Bob Dylan albums………………..

So…

          1. On Failure. What does love mean to you? What constitutes a failed relationship? What about a successful one? Did you ever think of yourself as a failure because a relationship came to an end?

Early failures were really ‘If you’d only change completely you’d be perfect’. I failed to see the bleedin’ obvious. Other relationships were short and sweet as we both grew up. They were successful in their own lifespans.

          2. On Being Flawed. Are you more comfortable on your own or in a relationship? Do you think there is something wrong with people who cannot or would not sustain long-term relationships?

I’m in a long distance relationship, so we make every moment together really count. I’m comfortable being alone too, so my flaws can be practiced alone. Nothing at all wrong with being single.

          3. On Eros. Do you require a romantic relationship to feel fulfilled?

It’s a good place to start, but intimacy replaces eros eventually. That’s fulfilling.

          4. On Soul-mates. Do you believe that there is a soul-mate for everyone out there? Do you ever feel that you are only half of the equation, and will be ‘lacking’ something until you find someone to share your everyday life with?

I think there’s more than one out there. It’s always a compromise, but start with shared likes, not shared dislikes.

           5. On Self-Love. Do you think that to be loved by others you have to love yourself? What does self-love mean to you? To love, can it sometimes mean letting go?

It helps. I don’t know about self love, but I don’t mind myself. I’m ok. No letting go, but compromise.

           6. On Fulfilment. Can we only find fulfilment in others, or is it possible to be happy and find contentment in our other accomplishments, whatever our relationship status?

As I said, I know lots of people who are ‘alone’ but perfectly happy, creative and fulfilled. Fulfillment comes from within; you can’t expect someone to do it for you.

          7. On Interpersonal Skills. Are people in relationships simply better at ‘people skills’ than those who are not?

Not necessarily. My people skills can be lacking at times.

          8. On Project R. Do you think this a worthwhile project? In what way, if at all, did this project help you think through the question of “relationships”? Feel free to add here any other thoughts you may have on the subject that was not covered by the above questions.

This is a good use of a blog, instead of the usual me me me (i.e. as in my blog). I did help me think about how I’m living.

Photo by The Ambtitious_Drifter http://ambitiousdrifter.wordpress.com/

Title: ‘After the wedding’….. someone’s heart in the gutter.” Or, “a bright heart shining in the gutter.”

PROJECT R in session #13 EightLeggedGemini

EightLeggedGemini

i would like to thank Vic https://shardsofsilence.wordpress.com/ for inviting me to share in this, a series of eight questions; and for being lenient with it’s deadline.
i’m not very good with explaining myself sometimes and so look at this as a bit of an excercise in structured thought.

          1. On Failure. What does love mean to you? What constitutes a failed relationship? What about a successful one? Did you ever think of yourself as a failure because a relationship came to an end?

A. Love Is Eternal.
i think the love we feel is merely a dirty material ripple of the Absolute Truth which is True Love.
everything moves by attraction, whether by magnetism or other means.
some relationships just aren’t meant to be.
a failed relationship is when you can’t remain friends after. i think i’m lucky enough to be on talking terms with the women that i’ve shared my time with, although some had painful endings, everything was for the best eventually.
of course when Any relationship ends, there are questions we ask of ourselves, whether it’s our fault, was there anything else we could do, was it true love?

          2. On Being Flawed. Are you more comfortable on your own or in a relationship? Do you think there is something wrong with people who cannot or would not sustain long-term relationships?

A. i enjoy my own company.
my flaws have earned me respect somehow. there aren’t many people in this town who share or even understand my opinions, my friends are just happy that i’m happy

but then, while i’m not single i’m in a different frame of mind. almost as if i split myself into two time zones. the introspective me and the me that i project publicly. i wonder if i can sustain a long term relationship with a woman. i’ve gone years at a time without sharing a bed. the longest relationship i’ve had is two years.
no, there is nothing wrong with those who prefer solitude, maybe they give their love more widely thru altruistic activities etc

          3. On Eros. Do you require a romantic relationship to feel fulfilled?

A. i like to think that i’m romantic; and reciprocated romance is fulfilling   but if i was single i’d say it’s not the be all and end all.
i cook and buy choccys for my woman, i remembered her birthday and bought her something she wanted and loves
relationships inspire romance, or they should if they’re to last. but apparently not all women like flowers.

          4. On Soul-mates. Do you believe that there is a soul-mate for everyone out there? Do you ever feel that you are only half of the equation, and will be ‘lacking’ something until you find someone to share your everyday life with?

A. no i’m not half the equation. Love is eternal, every soul is eternal. every soul is related to the SuperSoul. every soul is on its own journey of discovery.
it’s possible for any two souls to be soulmates under the right circumstances.
the problem is that our spiritual souls are covered by temporary material bodies full of ego and the desire to enjoy our senses. in fact, if reincarnation is a fact; it’s possible that i have been your mother, brother, sister, father, daughter, son and lover. i may have been your pet, you may have been mine. it’s also possible that me and you, Vic, and you, dear Reader, have been soul mates in a previous life, or maybe in our future lives.
it’s possible that i’ve lived lives without meeting a soulmate.

          5. On Self-Love. Do you think that to be loved by others you have to love yourself? What does self-love mean to you? To love, can it sometimes mean letting go?

A. it probably helps to love or respect yourself first, as the saying goes; always smile in public, you never know who might fall in love with your smile, nobody falls in love with a frown.
true love includes the ability to let go, which is a rare thing. not sure if i’ve ever seen it away from parents letting their children become adults.
i met a woman who never smiles, she seemed broken, so i set her up with a like minded man and they both smile now   neither ever respected themselves until they met and realised the bigger picture.

          6. On Fulfilment. Can we only find fulfilment in others, or is it possible to be happy and find contentment in our other accomplishments, whatever our relationship status?

A. it’s possible to find contentment in other accomplishments.
we all have our own paths to view and choose, i call this The Damascus Blues.
but i’ve noticed that at least with my brain and ego, it’s harder to think straight whilst in the grip of love.

          7. On Interpersonal Skills. Are people in relationships simply better at ‘people skills’ than those who are not?

A. perhaps. but even those that are in a relationship may harbour difficulties with expression. for instance i find it easier to write my thoughts than say them, there’s time for deliberation   (but also confusion somehow)
i have a great relationship with those that are a part of my life and yet even still i may have my quiet moments where i find it hard to express my self.

          8. On Project R. Do you think this a worthwhile project? In what way, if at all, did this project help you think through the question of “relationships”? Feel free to add here any other thoughts you may have on the subject that was not covered by the above questions.

A. this is definitely a worthwhile project!
we met due to a project by OpiniatedMan, which i didn’t take part in, though i admired the project i wasn’t ready to create a structured blog and truth be told, i’m still not. that’s why this is late. in the end my apathy was beaten by your thoughtful questions that i’ve struggled to answer truthfully.
This has been a great exercise for me although i’ve deleted lots of thoughts (i digress easily) they’ve taught me of myself; so thoroughly worthwhile!!

PROJECT R in session #12 Andy Kaufman’s Kavalkade Krew

On Project R ~ The Koffee Klatch Krew.

Kaufman’s Kavalkade says:

WordPress Blogger VicBriggs who blogs at VicBrigg’s Blog has launched Project R.

Vic has asked people to comment on Relationships generally with specifics listed.

She asked me to write one using music to convey ideas and emotion.  So I will provide some of my favorite videos.  It’s up to you to interpret how it relates to the criteria!

VicBriggs adds:

Here is the link: On Project R ~ The Koffee Klatch Krew for today’s Project R musical contribution*

Thank you.