Month: January 2007

Was there some permission slip we were all supposed to sign in our youth allowing us to be at least marginally happy and accomplish some of the things...

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no permission slip

Patterns and repetitions often produce good results in music, writing (when used as a motif or theme), art and other creative pursuits. Patterns and r...

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patterns and repetitions

I got the majority of my taxes done today. I’m still waiting for a few forms to be posted online on Jan 31, so I should be able to file fully in...

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looking forward, looking back

There’s a teeny weeny little bit of snow falling. I’d like there to be more so I can justify wearing my super warm and cozy snow boots tom...

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lil’ flurry

Well, up until an hour ago, I thought I was going to be going to Poland in March to see my family. Then, an hour ago, my mother told me that she booke...

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blahbitty crappitude

I went to bed at 9:30 last night and got up this morning with a raging headache. I showered and left for the train station, thinking it would pass sin...

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strangely ill

A few little observations today. While driving from work to the orthopedist’s office today, I was stuck at a traffic light for about 10 minutes ...

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Good voices.

I’m feeling totally frustrated and annoyed at everything and everyone. Maybe it’s because it’s sort of chilly and overcast, but not ...

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mild frustration

Saw it. Liked it. Some parts were difficult to watch, but I could see this movie again, now that I know when I should look away for a moment. Yay, thr...

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Pan’s Labyrinth

I often wonder if the Great State of New Jersey is still one of the states that uses prisoners of the state penitentiaries to make its license plates....

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Which inmate made my plates?

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