Pony tails

I’m in my Habs pjs… and I’ve got the runs. =( I know I know TMI..

Tomorrow Coll is buying Pizza Pops for us, bc iers are having crab meat sammies and both Coll and I hate crab.

She is also getting me a pair of sneakers for my orthotics to fit in. I ❤ her so. 😀



Cold coffee and warm fuzzy socks…

I have to explain a few things — the first being my habit of getting some hot coffee and me totally forgetting to drink it until I realize it’s stone cold. I do that with other hot beverages too.. idk why though, I just forget…

Aaaand the fuzzy socks? I want to buy more. They are sooooo comfy.

I think I’ll wait for the caffeine to hit and then maybe I will sim.


Embers of Our Love

Wonderful poem

Awkward Girl.

The embers of our love,
Aren’t enough to hold a flame,
But neither of us,
See that as shame.

We desperately gather,
Fuel to feed the fire,
Holding onto the sticks,
We pray will keep us warm.

Love is our only warmth,
As we cling to one another,
Scared of the wind,
That knocks at our door.

Our house is ruined,
Falling apart as we sleep,
Our search for firewood,
Has left it’s timbers weak.

It’ll kill us both,
And I’d have it that way,
If it meant I could love you,
For just one more day.

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Human Grit by Dorothea Lange

SwittersB & Exploring

I photograph to capture ‘beauty’, to grab moments that suggest or are spiritual. Images that lift the soul, ease the mind, put me at peace if even for a bit. I go to great lengths to keep people and signs/objects of people out of my images. Rarely, do I snap images of urban, rural settings with people in them. So, yesterday while perusing Shorpy, I came upon an image by Dorothea Lange that grabbed me….


I delved further into her body of work, recognizing some and coming away with a most powerful sense of awe. Dorothea (Dorothy Lange) is probably known to most of you that are avid photographers and have a greater sense of history than I. So powerful, to me, are the images that I envisioned my Father, who was one of 11 kids and was basically put out to find work in the hills of McDowell…

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If I have the belief that I can do it. I shall surely acquire the capacity to do it even if I may not have the capacity at the beginning.

Very good.

Don Charisma

«If I have the belief that I can do it. I shall surely acquire the capacity to do it even if I may not have the capacity at the beginning.»

— Mahatma Ghandi

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Seth Rogan and James Franco (Almost) Save the World

Funny stuff! 😀

She's A Maineiac


Setting: Seth Rogan’s apartment last week around 3 am.

Rogan [sitting on couch in underwear watching CNN]: Oh shit! OHSHITOHSHITOHSHITOHSHIT! Oh man! Oh holy crapballs! [inhales smoke] Oh god. Just hold it in, Seth, hold it in….. [exhales sharply, puts giant bong down on floor] This is nuts, this is crazy. I gotta call Franco.

[phone rings at James Franco’s place]

Franco [answers phone, two women asleep on either side of him]: Yeah?

Rogan: Dude! Turn on CNN!

Franco: Do what? Naw, man.

Rogan: JUST DO IT!

Franco [scratches head] : Huh? Do what, man?

Rogan: Turn….on…. [screams into phone] THE. F—-ING NEWS!

[silence for several minutes]

Franco: Oh shit.

Rogan: Yeah, “oh shit”. You got that right my friend. You got that right!  [laughs like an asthmatic stuttering donkey]

Franco: Well, what do we do? I mean, this can’t be good. Right?

Rogan: [shouts] No man! No it’s not!  I would think pissing off…

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