Monthly Archives: June 2010

Feeling Listless?

Here’s a list of Things I Hate: -When the catalog shows the model wearing KILLER shoes, but doesn’t actually sell those shoes or tell me who does. I can’t afford to buy anything, from any catalog, ever, but still. There’s … Continue reading

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Vanitas Ovum

today I am an eggshell emptied glued to the cutting board where I sit yesterday I was almost an omelette fine herbs, souffled and fit for royalty or for come and get but what before seemed heaven-sent is currency already … Continue reading

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Uncracked

You spend your whole life waiting for someone to crack open your heart like a safe for someone to care enough about what’s inside to break in for someone to need it to read it like a favorite book cherishing … Continue reading

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Now if I can just make energy from sunlight…

The average woman produces 35 ml of blood during a menstrual cycle. Menarche occurs at an average age of 12, and menopause between the ages of 45-55. (I’ll use 50 as the median age for my calculations.) At 12 periods … Continue reading

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Now I Wish I Had a Box of Chocolates…

Oh hey, a quick Google search turned up this great list of movies about the South. I think with the addition of Oh Brother Where Art Thou? it would be a pretty well-rounded list. I guess that movies like A … Continue reading

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A Festival of Bottom Feeders!

I’m sorry to be away so much this week. I came down with what appears to have been a case of food poisoning Saturday night around 2am, which lasted well into Sunday afternoon. I’m well again, eating solid foods (but … Continue reading

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homely

I always wished that word meant what I wanted it to. Can’t it mean something related to home and home-ish feelings? It really would be perfect for that. Instead it has to mean ugly or plain. Now that’s just mean.

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