Monthly Archives: June 2005

Grad school makes you ugly

DISCLAIMER: I swear I’m not fishing for compliments! Ever since I started my grad program my looks have been going down hill. Most of you know that I am a VERY attractive lady (um..), but something about the long hours … Continue reading

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four dates in five days

Thursday: Beers at Amnesia –> Pizza at Mississippi Saturday: House show at Ryan and Ethan’s Sunday: Rode bikes to Lloyd Center Cinemas, watched Land of the Dead–>kisses and cuddles at my house until homework couldn’t be avoided Monday: Burritos at … Continue reading

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whoa, it’s sort of weird in here…

Wow. It’s really bright in here! I feel a little self conscious about writing my normal embarassing boy stories over here at UrHo. I mean, I know my readers are the same and all. But writing in a new place … Continue reading

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I MOVED!!

Hey! I finally moved to Urban Honking! Check me out at urbanhonking.com/perfect. I’ll keep this address up for a while until we all get used to my new space, and all of my archives are transfered. But from now on … Continue reading

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My (almost) Perfect Heart

So this is my new place. Yeah, it’s really cool. Still a little messy- just moving in and all. But I’m into it. It’s a lot better than my old place (blogspot), and my new neighbors are awesome. I’ve started … Continue reading

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first week; first date

I think I’ll write about the date I had last night first, even though it is probably less important that my first week of school. If I save the juicy stuff until the end I’m afraid my dear readers will … Continue reading

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Coming Soon

The future home of Willow Wonder.

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track suits and drowning

The other day I saw this lanky, young black man walking down the street. He was wearing a tan, velour track suit and one of those hats that Andre 2000 loves. He had a smooth stride. And he was wielding … Continue reading

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Happy (belated) Father’s Day

[I wrote this for one of my classes, but I thought I’d post it here for my Old Man to read. WARNING: This is a VERY earnest essay!! Skeptics and Ironists read at your peril!!) I have always considered myself … Continue reading

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embarassment at the film fest

I went to the movies by myself yesterday. Cinderella Man: Not as cheesy as I anticipated. Russel Crowe, who I normally can’t stand, exhibited a quiet dignity as James J Braddock, the Bulldog of Bergen. Usually I find Crowe to … Continue reading

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