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#071: My quotable-loving heart skips a beat.

November 9th, 2009 2 Comments

Currently listening to: “Marx and Engels” – Belle and Sebastian Skipping and wandering through life picking up two-second snippets of seemingly haphazard conversations is a surefire way to get a quick sampler of the environment. Like flitting through a mega box of tea samplers from cinammon apple to peach to white berryblossom in merry succession, […]


#069: Of precocious children and one-liners

October 24th, 2009 2 Comments

Currently listening to: “Fashionable People” – Joel Plaskett Emergency I do hate to use the excuse of life and work distracting me from updating on a semi-regular basis; alas, I must throw that out here. Amidst the steady loop of midterms (take one) and term papers and midterms (take two) and commitments to various extracurriculars, […]

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#067: We all have our days.

September 25th, 2009 Comments Off on #067: We all have our days.

Currently listening to: “Night Reconnaissance” – The Dresden Dolls Overheard in the elevator in Gage. Guy munching on snack: Dude, it feels like Friday. His friend: …yeah, because it is Friday. I think that pretty much describes how we’re all feeling. Cerebral processes halfheartedly dragging along as we wonder to ourselves, mumbling a tad crazedly […]


#034: Too adorable.

December 20th, 2008 2 Comments

Currently listening to: “Lying in the Dark” – Pushing Daisies OST Since the end of semester, between my two jobs, I’ve been practically working full-time. At Indigo, getting trained to do cashier work has provided me with ample opportunities for witnessing chortle-worthy events, resulted in me dealing with potentially aggravating customers, and despite all the […]

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#030: Wise words, my dears

December 3rd, 2008 1 Comment

Currently listening to: “Miraz Crowned” – Harry Gregson-Williams (The Chronicles of Narnia OST) Two quotes from dear friends of mine, who are wise beyond their years. I thought I might share. On life, and being eighteen: “Well, you’re young, and you think you’re invincible, and then you start to grow older…and then you realize that […]