Monday, November 20, 2006

Soul searching I bought tickets to Mini-KISS (see yesterday's post). They're playing the Cutting Room on May 20. The only way this could be better than it already is: we get to toss the guys afterwards.
I asked my friend Eric if he wanted to go, perhaps bring his wife. He said
While I am fascinated by the thought of a mini-KISS show, I also find it abit thanks for thinking of me, but I may have to pass.
Hmmm. This from the guy who has a custom joystick console to recreate arcade games in his bedroom.
He also said his wife was "horrified" at the prospect of going.
Maze must be just going along with it. I'm going to have to go to, like, three Mary Lou Lord gigs to make up for this. Or Billy Bragg, now that Elliot Smith is gone.
I might ask around for a back-up.

Sunday, September 10, 2006

Dear Readers,
This is the last post for this blog. I am starting over. This is has been a remarkable experience for me, and I truly felt connections to everyone who visited my journal.
I have started my life over, I have gotten a new job, and soon I will be in a new apartment. Life has given me a second chance to be a new person. No more husband to make me feel like shit, and no more being scared of everything. Now it is time to start my journal over.
I am hesitant to give my new link to anyone. E-mail if you truly want it and we will talk things over.
Again, to the people who have visited my site every day or every week. You will never know how much your concern/curiosity has meant to me. Sometimes it was all I could do to write my thoughts online so I wouldn't feel so alone. Sometimes I felt like screaming so someone could listen, and you all listened. For that I am truly grateful.
My love to you all.

Tuesday, June 20, 2006

ah, glorious day Blue skies and sun, and a whopping 39 degrees-- this day is looking to be good.
On today's agenda:* Researching the open brief. Today I'd like to get all the statutory research-- including a full legislative history work-up-- out of the way. If I can start with digests and case law, too, that would be fantasmic.
* Outlining.
* Office Depot. I love Office Depot. I don't even need school supplies this time (okay, well, maybe some hilighters and more Pilot pens). I do need, however, bubble wrap. My dad left his toolbox here when he and my mom came up in January. His entire, 80-lb toolbox. And now he wants it back. "Just mail it to me," he said. "Do you have any idea how expensive that will be?" I asked. "Just send it in parts, then," he suggested, as if sending it piecemeal will somehow be less expensive. I think I'm just going to get an assload of bubble wrap, take the toolbox into the UPS store, and be like, "Uh... ship this."
* Mo' movie watching. We still have-- American Wedding, Snow Falling on Cedars, and Thirteen.
I think today will be good.