Monthly Archives: January 2012

TPD pp 81-85: Gossip and slander

Tuesday morning — it’s only been a little over 24 hours since the book began! — opens with the Clarion being a dead zone since the edition was published that day. Then we get this little nugget: As for Edie, … Continue reading

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So.. tired…

The best thing I learned at Uni was how to maximize my vending machine choices. Late at night, stuck in a computer lab with vending machines right outside, desperate to stay awake, you learn a lot about your bodily needs. … Continue reading

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Tea Time 2: EnjoyingTea (w/ bonus Teavana review)

I ordered some tea from Teavana and they threw in a free sample, so I get to do a teavana review. Yay! Sample: Youthberry & Wild Orange Blossem Blend w/ German Rock Sugar Description: Reinvigorate your skin and add vitamins and … Continue reading

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Drabblings and Musings 3

I can’t seem to focus today. So, babbling away. Snow Snow snow snow snow snow! Lots of snow. I slid about six times in my car, not to mention the faceplant I did trying to clear my car off. So … Continue reading

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TPD pp76-81: Demons dreaming, breathe in, breathe in~

My heart hurts for Sandy: Sandy Hogan sat dismally at a small lunch table in a campus plaza shaded by an expansive grape arbor. […] it had been a horrible way to spend the night, walking clear across town and sitting all … Continue reading

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On bodies and sleep

I noticed this morning that a lot of my internal narrative doesn’t make sense unless I consider my body a separate entity heavily linked to my self rather than part of it. I hesitate to brand this behavior healthy or … Continue reading

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TPD pp 74: Young’s Advice

“Do you think she’s happy, Marshall?” With those five (six) words, Young shows more concern for Sandy than Marshall has in the days of our following him. Marshall’s flippant response only heightens the contrast; he knows Sandy is unhappy when … Continue reading

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