Leap and the Net Will Appear

Sep 07

heres a groupon offer for a free bottle of garcinia cambogia

May 22


1. Andrew Bird

2. DJ Shadow

3. Bjork

4. DJ Dee Kline

5. The Beatles

6. Weezer

7. Matchbox 20

8. Shep & The Limelites

9. Brad Paisley

10. Sarah McLachlan

11. Chopin

12. James Taylor 

13. Ella Fitzgerald

14. Emiliana Torrini

15. Jewel

16. David Gray

17. Delta Spirit

18. Norah Jones

19. Patsy Cline

20. Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers

21. Goo Goo Dolls

22. Barenaked Ladies

23. Bella and Sebastian

24. Bob Dylan

25. All Saints

May 02

I made a list of all the things I didn’t like about him: he chews with his mouth open, he’d neglect to close the bathroom door after taking a shit and then try to get intimate, his preferred sexual positions were awkward at best, he never had enough bite when playing with my breasts or kissing my neck, and so-on so-forth. I debated about whether or not to include his under-developed chest, skinny legs or large mole, the one just inches from his belly button, but decided that at that point I was just being petty.

I posted the list on my refrigerator, hoping that every time I thought of him I would look at it and remember that, at one point, I’d had no interest in him for these very reasons. What happened instead was that I would look at this list and think of all the things I wasn’t allowed to put on it: the sweet things, the beautiful things, the things that made me sick-sad. I thought of the way he’d let my hair down the first time we’d kissed – the way he’d pulled out each hairpin, the way he’d cradled my head in his hands as he lay me down – of that time he’d looked me in the eyes and told me I was beautiful, of the way we’d kept each other warm under the sheets when it had been so cold outside…

Even worse than that heavy nostalgia, though, was the knowledge that he most certainly did not have an equivalent list posted on his fridge.

” —

- A. A. MacKenzie

(400th post, P.S.)

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“If a woman writes about herself, she’s a narcissist. If a man does the same, he’s describing the human condition.” —

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OK, yeah.

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Apr 29

Why we're married but living apart - CNN.com -


Apr 23

“And part of my brain even noted, in that moment, that what just happened was unusual and very cool: Two women had just had a conversation in which they admitted out loud that they were good at something, without feeling the need to qualify it with a bunch of stuff about how they’re not as good as they could be, or how other people are so much better, or how the things they’re good at aren’t really important in the scheme of things.” —

Slightly Pre-Friday Sorta-Fluff: I’m Kate Fucking Harding « Kate Harding’s Shapely Prose (via notemily) (via amberlrhea)

I’ve never been in a conversation like this.

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Bette Davis movie binge

Bette Davis movie binge

Apr 20

I noticed that you’re ganster… I’m pretty gangster myself.

I noticed that you’re ganster… I’m pretty gangster myself.

Apr 19

If you’ve never sat in the shower eating Popsicles, you haven’t lived. 

Apr 18