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My experiences are slowly adding to the short story that is my life.
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In my posts, I occasionally mention my lack of friends . . . and friends usually understand I’m not disavowing our relationship. I say it partly in jest and partly because voicing or exploring closeness to others is uncomfortable, much … Continue reading
Not really, of course . . . vegging is defined as “relaxing to the point of complete inertia.” I’m a few ticks shy of complete inertia. I am, however, indulging myself to a day of doing nothing beyond eating, reading, … Continue reading
Folks might have noticed a lack of participation on my part during the last few days. No blogging, no e-mails, no snarky comments, no FaceBook . . . but before a National Day of Thanks could be set up, I’m … Continue reading
Before hitting Mount Rushmore (I swear officer; it just jumped out in front of me. I never saw it!) we visited the Badlands National Park. It was our first “tourist” stop of the trip. It’s not a big park, and … Continue reading
I bought my Nikon D100 in August of 2002. Less than a month later our trusty Suburban was comfortably carrying Melisa, her dad, and I on our first vacation out West. The itinerary included The Badlands, Mount Rushmore, and Yellowstone. … Continue reading