yes versions of this discussion have existed and died. but i was reminded just how much many of us need it again tonight. we all deal with suck all the time. be it personal, interpersonal or on a…Continue
Started this discussion. Last reply by Danno Apr 5, 2012.
just wondering how everyone compares to me. so, i tend to function at my best in the early afternoon and late at night. i struggle for hours to function at all if i'm forced to get up early, and…Continue
Started this discussion. Last reply by Veronica Gonzalez-Cruz Mar 5, 2012.
so i got rid of my puff today. got to thinking as hairs fell from my head, about puff levels and suck levels and how it would be great if reducing the causes were as easy.
i keep hearing though, that any cause which is worthy, is worthy of the work it takes, and it's true. be it my situation or my attitude about it, i...we have to work. reminders help, and being able to look in the mirror, or feel my hair not react, might be a good start.
Posted on January 17, 2012 at 1:53am
Posted on December 11, 2011 at 1:59am
so i'm reading Looking for Alaska and just came to Alaska's line 'Sometimes you lose a battle. But mischief always wins the war.'
maybe it's just how much Harry Potter has been on my mind recently, but these words hold very true in his story...
the most obvious ways are with the Marauders. as part of the first Order, they all took untold steps against the Death Eaters. James is mentioned in the prophecy to have defied the Dark Lord three times. and again, in the…Continue
Posted on September 15, 2011 at 2:44pm — 3 Comments
so i recently had a family member die. BEFORE YOU START TYPING YOUR SYMPATHIES please keep reading. again, this last week i've been thinking about death. you see, i don't mourn. sure, wherever we go from here, death is always tragic. i don't care if one goes peacefully, or the worst pain, at 9 or 90. death sucks.
for years though, i've felt more sympathetic pain for my friends and family than over my own loss.
also to be fair, 'family member' may…Continue
Posted on July 16, 2011 at 5:45pm — 3 Comments