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Tag Archives: blogging
are we there yet? Yes, we are there! We made it to the end of February. Thank you for reading my month of randomness. And thank you to those of you who participated in my “challenge“. When I made this … Continue reading
come back. Things I wish would come back: Non-smart phones. (Stupid phones?) Morton frozen donuts. My college boyfriend. My high school hangout. John Lennon, Ian Curtis, David Bowie, Anthony Bourdain, Chester Bennington, and, oh, what the hell—Luke Perry. A pleasant … Continue reading
disillusioned. I am disillusioned with life. Nothing has gone the way I thought it would or the way I wanted. I thought I would fall madly in love. I wasn’t sure I would have children or if I wanted them. … Continue reading
six-pack. Well. I don’t drink beer. What ever should I do with this one? *innocent look* Ahem. I guess I will just share some fine examples of six-packs. My kind of six-packs. (Exhibit A. Australian six-pack.) (Exhibit B. Australian six-pack, … Continue reading
titles. title one. I’ve been waiting for this one because I decided that this would be the day to change my blog design (a little). You know, because the title graphic is changing. I’ve kept the same theme because it’s … Continue reading
argue. Whenever I argue with anyone, I later regret it—even if I know I was right. (I’m always right.) (Just kidding.) (No, I’m not.) Frustration. Guilt. Sadness. Those are the things I feel after an argument. And an argument never … Continue reading
purpose. Purpose is a difficult topic for me. Mostly because I don’t have one. For the last few years, I’ve struggled to find my purpose. I believe my lack of purpose is the cause of so much of what is … Continue reading