Chronicles of a dating diva
A chronicle which traces world history is called a universal chronicle.
Scholars categorize the genre of chronicle into two subgroups: live chronicles, and dead chronicles.
In modern times various contemporary newspapers or other periodicals have adopted "chronicle" as part of their name.
Various fictional stories have also adopted "chronicle" as part of their title, to give an impression of epic proportion to their stories.
Fall 2011 I started to get anxious…biological ticking and all that jazz (and that’s even with me not being 100 percent about wanting kids of my own). I embraced the blessings that I do have—friends who love me unconditionally.
I love knowing that for the first time in a very long time, our feelings are reciprocal. He cares about me just as much as I care about him.
Unlike the modern historian, most chroniclers tended to take their information as they found it, and made little attempt to separate fact from legend.
The point of view of most chroniclers is highly localised, to the extent that many anonymous chroniclers can be sited in individual abbeys.
I am in love with technology, but I am not in love with the fact that it is slowly killing courtship. I love how music can amplify what you already feel. Arie tunes and it pretty much sums up my love life and emotional state, particularly this line: It’s interesting (for lack of a better word) to know that someone you used to be in a relationship with truly feels like you are the one who got away. I was giving each man all kinds of second chances and benefit of the doubt. Our lives consist of millions of “moments.” Those moments are what make life special. No romantic stone is left unturned when the author is through.