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I'm around the internet a lot less these days. I guess I've reached the point where I want actual human interaction with people in front of me and not via a screen if I can help it and that I wanted to experience more of the moments for me, not just to document them for others.
I still make stuff. I sometimes still blog. I'm still usually doing something ridiculous. I think I'm funny, but sometimes people don't agree. I've been reading a lot more.
or in haiku form:
used to be here more,
realized want to live, to live
not just for writing
it's nice to meet you
martha and ridiculous
tell me about you
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Tag Archives: #AtoZChallenge
u is for until is what it is til it’s not something marks the end this is how it is but you see when x happens? it is no longer i can’t run until reach a particular weight but maybe … Continue reading
Friday, you’re late! No, not really, but I missed you so it feels like it. I had a real hankering for chocolate donut coffee today so I stopped at Target on the way into work to pick some up. They … Continue reading
so q is for “quoi?” as in a je ne sais quoi all my faves have it unnamed quality draws us to us to one another it’s “i don’t know what” “thing” you can’t describe more of a feeling you … Continue reading
p is for peter as in peter, peter pan who never grew up stories of lost boys wendy, hook, tinkerbelle too and their adventures he’s one of my faves have a soft spot for lost boys i’m not quite wendy… … Continue reading
o is for once, right? perhaps once upon a time was a certain way but the story changed; it isn’t so any more which one was better? or was it just so and it is not anymore? this is what … Continue reading
n is for nanny sunday marked three years she’s gone if you count easters i miss her dearly her humor, spunk, fight and strength read more about her i love you nanny thank you for beautiful day with a rainbow … Continue reading