ver⋅bose   /vərˈboʊs/
–adjective characterized by the use of many or too many words; wordy

mo⋅rose   /məˈroʊs/
–adjective 1. gloomily or sullenly ill-humored, as a person or mood. 2. characterized by or expressing gloom.

Wednesday, January 28, 2009

le sigh!

my boo elijah wood is 29 today.
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happy birthday babe!

Monday, January 26, 2009

what the hell?!

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ellen is a cougar! she turns 51 today and portia is a scant 35....
more importantly: how did i not know this?!

Wednesday, January 14, 2009

my day:

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though my crappy camera phone does it no justice.

Saturday, January 10, 2009

oh yeah,

sorry i've been such a bad blogger! to my, like, 3 readers! i've been sort of sick and very tired lately, which has left me with very little to write about. before that, i was either at work or out dancing. hence, The Sickness. i was excited that my first post of the new year was my big news, though. this is my year! here are some pictures of what i've been up to (not the being sick part, obviously.)
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(i'm moving to portland with this chick!)

Friday, January 9, 2009

they always say time changes things, but you actually have to change them yourself.*

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"There was that law of life, so cruel and so just, that one must grow or else pay more for remaining the same."
-Norman Mailer


Ladies and gentlemen, I am moving to Portland in September for reasons I cannot fully explain. I believe in following your instincts and your heart. I am starting believe that change is good for you or something? I never would have thought, would you? I am not to big on change, especially change of the severe and/or sudden variety. I know, I'm not moving for 8 months, but the decision itself was sudden. I made up my mind in about 20 minutes, actually, and I have not changed it. I will not change it. Lucky for me, Jessica, the lovely girl who inspired this whole plan, was just as excited as I was when I invited myself along on her adventure. It is all I can do to stop looking at house listings on Portland craigslist and live my life here while I have it! When I think about my move too long and too hard (like right now) I start to cry, but I want to assure you that these are not tears of uncertainty or doubt. These are the kind of tears reserved for those moments when your heart is so full that your excitement falls out of your eyeballs. The deep end is looking less and less intimidating by the day!

*Quote by Andy Warhol.