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Song Lyric of the Day: Like when I close my eyes and don’t even care if anyone sees me dancing / Like I can fly, and don’t even think of touching the ground / Like a heartbeat skip, like an … Continue reading
Song Lyric of the Day: I thought a light went out, but now the candle shines / I thought my tears wouldn’t stop, then I dried my eyes / And after all of this, the truth that holds me here / Is that … Continue reading
Day 17: Things that make you scared Ah, this list could go on forever. I already wrote about the horrific political climate. In addition to that, there are plenty of other real-world things that scare me: terrorism, health epidemics, the … Continue reading
Day 15: The best thing to happen to you this week After last week, I’ll go with the obvious: no family members have received grim prognoses, no one has passed away, and no one else has been diagnosed with cancer. … Continue reading
Day 13: A date you would love to go on Most of my and Rich’s dates consist of dinner and a movie. Assuming money wasn’t an issue, I guess a dream date would be somewhere far away from everyone and … Continue reading
Day 12: Things you want to say to an ex I don’t want to say anything to my ex. But if you put a gun to my head, I guess this is what I’d say, in no particular order: I’m … Continue reading
Day 10: Your views on drugs and alcohol I’ve talked a little bit before about having grown up with an alcoholic father. Which is where I should stop and give him a shout out for his 24th year of sobriety. … Continue reading
Day 9: Your last kiss It was last night, when Rich was consoling me as I cried about a dear friend entering hospice.
Day 8: Something I’m currently worrying about An easier question would have been: What am I not worrying about. The people who know me best know I’m a worrier. I normally function at a baseline of anxiety, which ratchets up … Continue reading