Additionally, how are you supposed to summarize en entire year's worth of a relationship with a person that you actually DO care about in a blurb? It's dumb. If it's someone you really care about, then you're probably going to continue to see that person.
A was deaf for today. It was an assignment for her sign language class. She wasn't allowed to speak for most of the day, and had to use sign language exclusively. Which made me think: how does a person with sign language think? Intelligent thought depends on the structure of language, so how would a deaf person's thought process change because their language is one of physical movement, rather than one of verbalization?
Make up your mind. And when you do so, make it up in a way that I like.
And since I know you're reading this, here is an appropriate sentence that ends in a preposition:
What did you step on? What department is she in?
Some articles article on the rule:
Not to the person addressed above: Take a hint. I've provided you with many.