Monthly Archives: March 2005

perfect heart broken

Grr. I just spent over an hour working on a post, only to lose it right before I could publish. This is my luck right now folks. Maybe the post was too focused on the banalities of my life-since-heartbreak, and … Continue reading

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heartbreak hotel

The weird thing about having a personal blog is not knowing just how personal to get. I mean, my relationship just fell apart, suddenly. But this isn’t the right forum to disect the depths of my devestation. Suffice to quote … Continue reading

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I’m Looking Over a Four Leaf Clover, That I Overlooked Before…

So this is the big news of the weekend: I got a Queen Bee bag (pictured below) for HALF-OFF at this store that was closing downtown. Folks, this is incredible. These bags are hand made, vegetarian leather, extremely popular (in … Continue reading

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shave and a haircut

I recently chopped about 6 inches off of my hair. After all of the upset with my job, plus weeks of sunshine and cherry blossoms, I needed a change. I wanted to feel like I had, you know, SOME control … Continue reading

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It’s Larry David, my friend

I have been arguing with Jake Longstreth about Curb Your Enthusiasm for about a year. He thinks Larry David is a comic genius. He has adopted Larry David’s method of telling stories. He thinks that I am like Larry David’s … Continue reading

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Blindsided

I lost my job this week. Despite the fact that the school where I work(ed), and the parents of my student all wanted me to stay, a lawyer for the district decided to act against the best interest of all … Continue reading

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Counting Blessings

Here is a list of things that have made this week easier: 1) Sympathetic roomates taking me out to (seperate) dinners. 2) Jordan’s 9 year old sister saying this: “If I was a grownup I would go down to that … Continue reading

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