Monthly Archives: January 2009

I thought I saw a light shine…

May the grace of god be with you always and your heart always know you’re in the right place and may you always know that you’re a part of something beautiful…and i thought i saw a light shine: shine…. -Alexi Murdoch A while back, (years to be exact,) I went to an Alexi Murdoch show…

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Little girls, big teachers…

  ***NOTE– something ‘funky’ is up with wordpress, and this is all condendsed into one. Looking into it as we speak.   Hope is the only good thing that disillusion respects.It’s stories like these, that make me value everything I have everyday that I never give a second thought to.    The girls burst through the school’s…

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My Mission Statement.

When your desires are strong enough, you will appear to possess super human powers to achieve. –Napoleon Hill My new years resolution faded into my thoughts this morning as I reflected during the morning’s commute.  Snowflakes began to tap the windows and it was as if I closed and opened my eyes, (months later,) to…

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Next At Ten…. Exactly What I Thought…

Ten years. That’s what they said it took to fall completely out of the ‘headoverheels, I wannahaveyourbabies,” stages of love. Therefore, my dreams of mating with my husband when we’re 98 and him still being blissfully unaware that I’ve gained those pesky wrinkles and a flatter ass since we were younger, will be nevermore. Maybe…

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Birth control pills vs. household plants… go!

I’m a farkette. (www.fark.com) I read through the headlines daily, and I find a sense of normalcy within people’s reactions to the headlines. Every now and then, outside of the heartbreaking stories of missing children, people dying with various diseases, or just plain human stupidity; I run into a gem, like this. The Vatican is…

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Good love is on the way…

Today, a childhood friend is getting married. She’ll put on her gown, making sure everything is perfectly in it’s place. And as we’ve emailed back and forth, I know she’ll be at ease. I’ll see her coming down the aisle, looking at her love, and maybe- because of the way I feel now, or maybe…

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It’s a strange moment, when memories from childhood mix with the poignant reality of life. I had a friend when I was younger who lived four houses down, and I often played at her home. She had obnoxious older brothers, and being a girl without any living older brothers, I often was mesmerized by their…

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