Friday, July 31, 2009

You are...

a terrible, terrible person.
And I hope you know that.

Lying about your father being hospitalized?
Have some fucking dignity, you swine.

I am positively thrilled that I didn't fuck you before you vanished to Florida.

You will get yours, my dear.

Tuesday, July 28, 2009


I just made my first big commitment ever. The nearly $500/month payment is probably a little more than I can comfortably afford, but I'm still excited.

My mother was wonderful at being a bitch to the salesman. I still don't quite understand why being rude gets you whatever you want, but it's certainly impressive. Without further ado, I present you with the latest product of my insanity:

Friday, July 17, 2009


This summer has been relatively dull, but relaxing. Having the house to myself is wonderful; it has also been the cause of my latest obsession with baking.

I'm looking forward to the Fall semester- I'll be taking lots more English classes, and I'll be applying to the Feinstein School of Education. I can't wait until I have a classroom of my own!

I want to be in love more than anything. I realized the other day that if I'm constantly searching for someone, I'm bound to overlook some of the amazing people who are already part of my life. I did meet a great guy, though. He has the most beautiful daughter, and we all know I've always wanted someone with a baby to mooch off of! Here's a picture of little Melody.
Isn't she such a doll? I could just eat her up!

Sunday, July 5, 2009


It is so strange to realize that something so familiar- a mannerism or a memory or a fold of skin- does not belong to only you. Some, perhaps many, people have delighted and taken comfort in these very things. The stairs I have descended for 15 years are the same stairs my brother travels daily. The freckle on your lover's shoulder has been admired by someone else. The most beautiful song, the one you like to listen to as your car creaks and shudders down a desolate road, is adored by thousands of people. The way your mother's eyes smile has been witnessed long before you ever existed. And while this is wonderful and this is true, it is also cruel and it is lonely.

"Where can we go from here?" you asked, but you had been there before.

And that has made the difference.