so yesterday i was feeling…let’s just say, reflective and on edge. i spent saturday not feeling well and then saturday night trying to make myself cry, because i had this overwhelming urge to cry…so i watched the notebook (because i am an emotional cutter) and just when i thought i would bust into a thousand tears - when i SHOULD HAVE busted into a MILLION tears…i...
some people are settling down, some people are settling and some people refuse...– carrie bradshaw
i’m looking for love. real love. ridiculous, inconvenient, consuming,...– carrie bradshaw
ok, so what is the strange law of nature that makes everything you would like not to happen, happen? like today my knee was hurting - probably from the cold weather and my screeching head cold symptoms - so of course i hit my knee on everything in sight…twice on the desk at work. of course when you want to do something, like fall in love -why doesn’t that happen three times in one...
the eskimos had fifty-two names for snow because it was important to them: there...– margaret atwood
the pretty table.
the pretty table. ok, so you’re wondering - what the macgyver is a pretty table? well, it’s a longer story than one might think and it’s nothing really other than a well-meaning nickname…like a term of endearment, but this one just happens to be from the boys who wished they had jumped the bones of all my friends in college. cute? sure. annoying? only when we weren’t eating it up. of...
so what’s it all about, right? well, my friends are always saying that i should write a book or sometimes refer to certain life experiences (read: misfortunes) and say that it’s my story to tell. i always nod and then when they do something scandalous or i do something ridiculous or my grandmother does something incredulous, i exclaim - “it’s going in the book!” ...
Back at my apartment, I said, “Sorry for the mess.” My nether...– melissa bank, the wonder spot
so i do this thing when i read a book…i use a post-it for a bookmark and then throughout the book when i come across a good quote or something that really rings true or catches my funnybone i mark down the page number and location…then at the end i go through and re-read these quotes, copy them down if still applicable and file them away into my quote archive (imagine a file folder...
ok, so have i mentioned that i’m a pre-school teacher…and a part-time librarian? could you think of two more plain jane and pseudo boring jobs? except that they are actually not that boring, but they can be tedious. in these troubling times i feel like a TOTAL heel complaining about a job - i should be thanking my lucky stars that i have a job at all…let alone 2 jobs and...
change is inevitable - except from a vending machine.– robert c. gallagher