• "Tell me, what is it you plan to do with your one wild and precious life?" --Mary Oliver

  • Your biggest challenge isn't someone else. It's the ache in your lungs and the burning in your legs, and the little voice inside you the yells, "can't!" But you don't listen; you just push harder and then you hear the voice whisper "can" and you realize the person you thought you were is no match for the one you really are.
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Sunday, August 20, 2006

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I was reading in your blog that some idiot was complaining about Viola in pullups on your website. How is she doing with the night wetting? I think the pulls are great to use we still use them with our seven year old.

Wow -- long post.

I'm having the damn laziness thing too. It sucks because I can't keep up with the laundry as it is, much less when I won't get my ass off the couch.

I've decided in my old and decrepit (sp?) age that I'm not going to spend time with people who I don't want to be around. You know? It's just not worth sacrificing my sanity.

Hmmmm... wonder if this means I can scrap the extended family vacay planned for next summer? (probably not. DAMN.)

I admire what you are tying to do...all of it...but jeezus woman you are only one person, not to mention human. Follow your heart and you can't go wrong. Just do whatever makes you happy and fulfills you the most. I'm still trying to play catch up in enjoying my life as much as you do. I doubt I can catch up, but that doesn't mean I won't stop trying. =)

I like what you wrote about friends and how it's great to be able to pick up where you left off. These days, as busy as everyone is, it's so important to have friends like that, isn't it?

I hope the girls are better and that you're making some sense of all you've got going on at the moment.

I like what you wrote about friends and how it's great to be able to pick up where you left off. These days, as busy as everyone is, it's so important to have friends like that, isn't it?

I hope the girls are better and that you're making some sense of all you've got going on at the moment.

I like what you wrote about friends and how it's great to be able to pick up where you left off. These days, as busy as everyone is, it's so important to have friends like that, isn't it?

I hope the girls are better and that you're making some sense of all you've got going on at the moment.

Chocolate frosting and "Roman Holiday" sound really perfect just about now.

And I agree-- low-maintenance friends who you know down to the ground are there for you when you need them, even if you only talk every few months or so, are really the best kind of friends there are.

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