This cannot be a coincidence.
It’s barely 8 where I am but I’ve decided to stay in. My male friend is out of town (unsurprising but irritating) and I can’t get it up to go hang with plain old friends. I remember once, when I was in my mid-twenties, a former lover telling me that he wanted to move to a small town. I didn’t get it. But then he said:…
I was just in the kitchen taking the leaves off some thyme sprigs, when I sense something at my feet:
Update on my situation, and OT so I don’t feel so selfish with my whining.
What is something that you’ve loaned to someone that you want back, even though you know it’s pretty much gone forever and you can’t do anything about it?
I think my relationship with Mr GV is pretty solid. It will be 5 years in Nov and though we’ve been through a lot together and separately in a fairly short amount of time, we’re still pretty into each other. I leave little supportive love notes around and every night he washes my favorite travel mug for the next day’s…
I just did not like it at all.
Well, looky here!
If so, how? At a party? At home alone? I want to watch, but I’m afraid. I’ll need more moral support and booze than is normally available to me on a Monday.
In case you were having a bad day or something.
I am working with Tattly at the moment to source some tattoos, and I am having trouble making a decision. It’s gonna be ELEMENTS!
I ran across this story last night and I’m fascinated by the idea of cowboys and horses existing inside an urban area, such as Compton in south Central Los Angeles. There are 400 homes in Compton and approximately 200 horses.
It’s been pissing down rain in Dublin today. There’s a bus strike on. And tons of people are out on the street protesting for abortion rights for Irish women.
As some of you may know, I’m starting a new job tomorrow at a pub. Sunday lunch is The Meal in English pubs, and I’ve been forewarned that bloody marys are a very popular order and also that the girl I’ll be working with knows next to nothing about cocktails / mixed drinks. I can’t have tomato, so I never drink…
Two weeks after surgery, Boesen began to show signs of improvement. Three months later, he’s able to feed himself, use his cellphone, write his name, operate a motorized wheelchair and hug his friends and family. Improved sensation and movement in both arms and hands also makes it easier for him to care for himself,…
Rise and shine, lovelies! What’s on your vagenda for this weekend?
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...and still have a bunch of work to do tonight (it’s about 6pm where I am). Talk to me about anything!