Love Letter: A Cute Neighbor and a Coincidence

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If you meet a cute new neighbor and feel something long-dormant “crackle” inside of you, you might want to pay attention. In this week’s Modern Love essay, Amy Shearn explains how a sock that got lost in her building’s laundry led her to a new life.

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