He would always need me to be his navigator and would literally get "turned around" in a parking lot if I wasn't there to steer him in the right direction. Like you, he was ambidextrous. Officially right-handed but fluent in "lefty", it was a miracle for me to see him operate. Now I understand so much more about why his internal gyroscope was wacky. He too invested in a car with GPS and adored it. Putting in a new destination elicted excitement and confidence when taking a trip. At first I felt a little slighted but realized, time moves on and so does technology.
No happy ending here. My beautiful husband of 38 years died last May. I miss him terribly and still mourn him so much. But your column made me think of him and smile..You helped me today and for that I am grateful.
Keep up the great work. I love your magazine. It truly does celebrate all women, all shapes, sizes, ages, colors, educational backgrounds...We have a champion in MORE magazine.
--Patricia Smith, Henrico VA
I was a reader of your magazine, and I used to enjoy it but now I decided not to renew my subscription. What really disappointed me and made me lose respect for your magazine is the fact that you now regularly advertise vibrators. I personally find this kind of advertisement offensive and indecent, and I don't want to have to explain to my children what those gadgets are, should they come across and open your magazine, which is not anymore welcome in my house.
I really have to congratulate you on running a fabulous magazine. I waited until I hit 40 to subscribe and have been reveling in every issue of your magazine for the past 2 1/2 years. There is absolutely no other magazine that compares with the content of More. I so appreciate the substantive, thoughtful articles. I have always thought that there are just so many things to write about in this world, but so many women's magazines do not cover much of interest. There is such an excessive focus on beauty....the same miracle diet with the recipes, exercises, and menus. Boring. I love how empowering your magazine is and how you cover so many stories about reinvention and transformation. Ideas for where to retire overseas - fantastic article. Great idea. I have given More as a gift to three friends who have absolutely loved it. All three are going through major transitions (cancer, divorce) and your content is so useful and inspiring no matter what the situation. As an avid reader and consumer of magazines, I really have to say it's such a pleasure to read More - it is by far the best one out there. Thank you for delivering such innovative reporting and research -- as well as beauty and fun -- please keep it up!
--Audrey Wennink, Chicago
I am a subscriber of More magazine, the print version..I recently paid for a 2 year subscription. I want to leave some customer feedback; I find the font size for most of the magazine's articles to be far too small...ridiculously so. I would appreciate less articles and ads to accommodate a larger sized print, so I can read it without straining my eyes. I can read most everything else I come across in a day without reader glasses or a magnifier...but the print in More is smaller than the fine print on medicine labels and things like that. I hope I am not the only person in America who has addressed this issue. When my current subscription runs out, I doubt I will renew..simply because of this one problem I have with the magazine.
Thank you. Please let me know who I can send this email to, to address the probelm.
Thank you very much.
I am a long time subscriber to MORE and look forward to getting the magazine every month. For some time now I have been disgruntled with the political situation in this country. It has been a LONG time since I have voted for someone instead of the lesser of two evils.
So here we are in the midst of debates, state of the union address, negative ads, and many Americans in desperate situations. Yesterday I picked up the magazine and see Michelle Obama on the cover. Yes, she is a strong female in her own right but this is NOT where I want to see further political fodder. No, I don't want to read about any of the other candidates wives either.