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  • And you wake up…

    By on December 4, 2006

    And you think. WHOOOA. What am I doing??! I’m officially stressed, and wondering how things are going to turn out. So much to do, so many problems to be solved. ~~~But, you know what? Its December…and something to look forward to is the Christmas posts that will be coming…

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  • meta-what?

    By on December 1, 2006

    Metaphysical poetry….I dig it. I was reminded of this fact when I started reading this book last week…which is mystical poetry….and that’s pretty much metaphysical……and so tonight I was sent searching for my Metaphysical poets from my university days……Henry Vaughn…..John Donne….George Herbert….I do realize these are dusty old british…

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  • Where’s Waldo

    By on November 26, 2006

    So, I was talking to someone tonight and I said pretty much word for word the following: “Wow, I feel so sorry for because its so easy to see that they are miserable, and while they do realize they are miserable…they are looking for the solution in ALL…

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  • The very thought…

    By on November 25, 2006

    I received a fabulous little book for my birthday, The Christian Book of Mystical Verse compiled by A.W. Tozer…I love it so far…I often feel like my own lack of imagination keeps me from expressing the depths of my thoughts…the width of my feelings for the Lord. To be…

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  • while I wait…

    By on November 24, 2006

    So, Thida is on the phone at the moment…and she talks sorta loud when she gets excited 😉 I dont think she’d mind me saying that! hahaha…She sounds happy. soooo… while I wait, here’s a picture of us before the Imogen Heap concert. Thida is so disgustingly cute, dont…

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  • events of the day…

    By on November 16, 2006

    the power went off at work due to the insane wind…it was barely 11:45. I visited the parents of the man that just got the Distinguished Alumnus award-took by his award since he couldnt make it to the ceremony. They were totally cute. Talked to them for two hours…soap…

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  • days that fly…

    By on November 15, 2006

    So, this morning, I cried while reading the paper….I’ve gotten in the habit of reading the obituaries, because unfortunately, NHS Alumni die on a daily basis…but, normally I dont cry…there is a typical pattern of writing obits…they usually start with sometime like, “Funeral services for Mr. John Brown, 78…

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