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April, 2012

A few pictures from the day

Really, the only ones I took all weekend. I find myself with a few free minutes as I wait for laundry to be done so we can pack. So I decided to post some pics from the weekend.

It’s legal!

So, I’m a married woman now. 🙂


The only side effect of this very busy week is that my brain seems to be insisting that I am stressed, when in fact everything is going swimmingly. (Aside from dress drama, but that’s minor.) This means that I am having a hard time falling asleep, sleep a bit restlessly, and wake up early. For example, last night I was …Continue reading →

An Invocation for Beginnings

Di — this made me think of you. For everyone: this is amazing. Let me live as best as I can in every moment.

All is Well

Sweetie went in for surgery this morning to have his gall bladder removed. It was a lot of waiting, and odd for me as this was the same hospital that did my surgery. (No flashbacks though, or trauma. :-)) Turns out the GB was very inflamed. VERY. So it was a good thing that it came out. He had a …Continue reading →

“Exciting” times

(note the rabbit ears.) It’s been an ‘exciting’ couple of days. Spent several hours in the ER last night with John. Not my place to go into details, but he has drugs for now, is on a very strict diet (which I will join him on for support), and surgery looms in our future. The big unknown? Can the surgery …Continue reading →

Things Accomplished

Bucket List Items Already Achieved Last week I created a Bucket List of things I still want to achieve. As promised, here are the things I’ve already accomplished in my lifetime, all 187 of them:

A Fascinating Article

“Body Ritual among the Nacirema” by Horace Miner Most cultures exhibit a particular configuration or style. A single value or pattern of perceiving the world often leaves its stamp on several institutions in the society. Examples are “machismo” in Spanish-influenced cultures, “face” in Japanese culture, and “pollution by females” in some highland New Guinea cultures. Here Horace Miner demonstrates that …Continue reading →