Friday, September 18, 2009

The Broken Heart Files

He Loves Me, He Loves Me Not.

I have been fully inspired by Nicole at My Teacups in Peony and her Love Story Project!
If you have not checked out her love story project, please do so, its really wonderfully done and all the stories are so lovely and if you HAVE love story, please please submit it to go with her project!

Now, from all this inspiration and love going on, and since I am not in the love circle what-so-ever right now, I decided I wanted to write about break-ups and broken hearts.

It is not the happiest topic, but I know from listening to friends talking about their break-ups and their relationships ending that a lot of craziness has gone down in the final days. I know from experience that it just gets ridiculous after a certain point and sometimes it is worth sharing.

So I am asking for your ridiculous stories, the moments that just make you go WTF just happened?! I want this to sort of be a learning a learner experience for everyone incase you read it and think "i don't ever want to do THAT!" and "OMG that bitch is CRAAAZ-YYY" lol.

I don't know if this is a good idea but I know that I have some ridiculous stories to share with you and I KNOW you got stories!

This could be from a..
one night stand
long term relationship
... anything.

Soo.... send them over, I will start posting them as soon as possible. Add pictures, links, whatever! Make sure to give me the link to your blog if you want so I can link it to your blog as well!
I will post them on here and on the group I made on 20 Something Bloggers!

I hope this works! Mine will be up soon.

Maybe we can make a book one day Nicole! lol

Email your Broken Heart Files to:


nicole addison said...

um we should totally make a book!! this is a great idea, I'll do a little shout out on my blog when I get home!

The Novelista Barista said...

awesome!!!! thanks!!!!!!!!! :)

and TOTALLY agree with the book! that would be really cool!!!

Being Brazen said...

Interesting idea. Looking forward to reading some of the stories you post :)

Iva said...

lol you are funny! Have a great weekend!

Ali said...

GREAT idea. I'll start writing ASAP.

The Novelista Barista said...

Awesome Ali!!!!!

Stephanie said...

Sounds good, especially after just having a break up of my own!

GARF said...

It certainly is great. I never had a break up but yes...i have an ongoing relation with me and thats all me. I do have somethings like the way the thing happened which i feel is interesting and shall surely post u the same. Meanwhile, u just eat this: The idea is GREAT.

Andhari said...

Yessss I have a lot of stories, cant wait to read yours :)

Jen said...

Lovin' this idea! I'll be preparing my story to send in!

Anonymous said...

Hey, I actually posted my story under your "Do you still talk to your ex?" entry. This was before I saw The Broken Heart Files post on your blog. Feel free to use it for your project!

OceanDreams said...

Oh yes, we needed this. As soon as I get a spare moment I'll e-mail ya sweetie.

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