by Amanda Knox 1 month ago
Let’s be honest honest here – less work to do. I know I’m going to have a job I love one day, but I certainly don’t want it to take over my life. I have many widely varied interests and there is no way that a single profession could fulfill all of them. I’d also like to have a family at some point. 1 month ago
Temporarily. I’d finish my Statistics degree and then consider grad school. Not having to worry about money for awhile would allow me to get through much faster, and with less stress. Oh man, I wish. 1 month ago
I don’t really believe in “evil” as a trait of something. 1 month ago
Fuck if I know. One of the many (MANY) reasons I do not support nor follow any religion. Staunch atheist for life, yo. 1 month ago
a small circular saw with a center pin mounted on a strong hollow metal shaft to which is attached a transverse handle: used in surgery to remove circular disks of bone from the skull
I already know this word, but it’s kind of one of my favorites. I am weird. 1 month ago
I am in flipping-out-constant-worry-over-analyzing-everything mode. But at least I am doing it in private. Except here, which doesn’t count really.
I hope things happen and I can edit this later. 1 month ago
The last couple of days were awesome. I spent it with an amazing person. That’s all I’m saying right now. 1 month ago
a clever, unscrupulous person. 2 months ago
Tomorrow will be better, as long as I don’t get cancelled on again. I really hope I don’t. 2 months ago
I don’t think I’ve been dairy free since the early 2000’s. I’m wondering if it will help with a lingering skin issue. I’ve tried cutting out pretty much anything else that could be causing it. This will be the most difficult.
Since I don’t want to waste any food, I’ll have to wait until I get through what is in the house before I can try this. Next week sometime, perhaps. 2 months ago
by Carolyn Dean 2 months ago
Misadventures with Fake Noses, Funny Accents, Addiction, and Saturday Night Live
by Darrell Hammond 2 months ago
Confessions of a Groupie
by Pamela Des Barres 2 months ago
How Processed Food Took Over the American Meal
by Melanie Warner 2 months ago
mournful, dismal, or gloomy, especially in an affected, exaggerated, or unrelieved manner. 2 months ago
Date I was looking forward was re-scheduled. I suppose it could be worse…we’re definitely going out this weekend. I’m just bummed at the situation. 2 months ago
pertaining to or occurring in late summer. 2 months ago
Going to see how much I can lose in a month. Keto is AMAZING for quick loss, and I’ve started doing it HARDCORE. I’m also going back to the gym, finally.
October 1st: 133.3
October 7th: 130.8
October 14th: 127.5
October 21st: 126.1
October 28th: 125.3
October 31st: 124.4 2 months ago
SJ34. Have you ever been with someone, said nothing, and walked away feeling like you just had the best conversation ever?
Yep. Who needs to talk when I CAN SEE INTO YOUR SOUL?
No really, body language is totally a legit form of communication if you know how to read it. 2 months ago
Sanity. 2 months ago
Never. Which is why I’m going for it this time. 2 months ago
Meh. I know the day isn’t over yet, but…
Ok, better towards the end there. 2 months ago
1. Cat’s Eye by Margaret Atwood
2. Cloudsplitter by Russell Banks
3. Last Night in Twisted River by John Irving
4. Until I Find You by John Irving
5. The Berlin Stories by Christopher Isherwood
6. Look Homeward, Angel by Thomas Wolfe
7. Jewball by Neal Pollack
8. Sense and Sensibility by Jane Austen
9. Swann’s Way by Marcel Proust
10. Perdido Street Station by China Mieville
11. The Lacuna by Barbara Kingsolver
12. The Savage Detectives by Roberto Bolanno
A1. Extremely Loud and Incredibly Close by Jonathan Safran Foer
A2. Room by Emma Donoghue A3. Arcadia by Lauren Groff A4. Half Life by Shelly Jackson
A5. Infinite Jest by David Foster Wallace
A6. Freedom by Jonathan Franzen
A7. Lady Oracle by Margaret Atwood
A8. The Thousand Autumns of Jacob deZoet by David Mitchell
A9. London Fields by Martin Amis
A10. House of Leaves by Mark Z. Danielewski
A11. The Bonfire of the Vanities by Tom Wolfe
A12. Last Night in Montreal by Emily St. John Mande 2 months ago
I’m just going to put it out there that according to my Fitbit scale, I am 27.5% body fat and I am NOT OKAY WITH THIS. I lost quite a bit of muscle when I was house-sitting last month, because I didn’t really have the means to work out properly. I also did a lot less walking and a lot more driving. I watched what I ate the entire time and managed not to gain any weight, but I can’t help but feel like I’ve taken several steps backwards anyways.
I’m back to walking everywhere, so that’s one positive thing. Back to the gym it is! For real this time. 2 months ago
Uh…RIGHT NOW. No, seriously. I am at the point where I can say I really am my truest self and it is amazing. Now if only I could find someone to share that with! 2 months ago
1. an exaggerated prancing, bouncing movement or manner of moving.
1. to move, especially to walk, in an exaggerated prancing or bouncing way, as a spirited horse.
I like this word. I am kind of bouncy and this is a good way to describe myself. 2 months ago